USA: Green Mountain Coffee, Inc. fiscal 2001 first quarter net income up 40.0% on revenue growth of 24.9%
Green Mountain Coffee, Inc. (NASDAQ: GMCR) today reported record quarterly sales and earnings for the Company's fiscal first quarter of 2001, the sixteen-week period ended January 20, 2001. Net sales increased 24.9% to $30,905,000 for the sixteen weeks ended January 20, 2001, compared to $24,742,000 for the sixteen weeks ended January 15, 2000. The area of the highest growth was the office coffee service channel, where sales of single-serve K-cup® coffee packages for the Keurig® brewing system drove the Company's year-over-year coffee pounds sold growth to 36.0% in the first quarter. Year-over-year coffee pounds sold in the supermarket and convenience store channels were also strong with quarterly growth rates of 18.4% and 15.9%, respectively.
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