He replied and said the grounds will be in safeway, no plans for grounds in kroger - I think they got this wrong the future is built on what people have to brew the coffee now. I guess that's why they get the big bucks.
I'll say that the K-cups are probably a better product to put on the shelves. Their K-cups are much, much, more competitively priced compared to their 8oz. ground and whole bean offerings. I'd say a keurig or other K-cup style brewer has become so prevalent that Marley Coffee is hardly isolating a large majority of potential customers.