Sodastream (SODA -3.3%) plans to sell its soda machines in U.S. grocery stores and drugstores...

Sodastream (SODA -3.3%) plans to sell its soda machines in U.S. grocery stores and drugstores starting in 2014, according to CEO Daniel Birnbaum. The move has been widely expected by analysts, although this is the first time a timetable has been formalized.
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  • Mark1616
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    This could cut down on tons of COKE and PEPSI can junk if everybody started making their own soda with these machines.


    Considering buying a SODA machine for myself. Considering the stock too!
    26 Jun 2012, 11:26 AM Reply Like
  • Geo_F
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    We've long had the SODA machine, even buying (exchanging) the CO2 refills. Recently long the stock via options.
    Recently saw an encap display, front of my local Staples office supply. It included the new(?) 'energy' drink with caffeine, 50 serving concentrate at $6.99. Going after 5-Hour for the after-lunch pick me up?
    Go increased margins with consumables. Sell those razor blades!!
    27 Jun 2012, 08:08 PM Reply Like
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