There’s been a lot of environmental talk as of late regarding Nespresso pods. Most of which has, of course, been predominantly negative. As a result, some of the biggest producers of coffee pods in the world have been forced to rethink their strategies. But to what extent is the hysteria surrounding coffee capsules justified?
When the first coffee pods (and the machines to use them) hit the market a couple of decades ago, they were seen as something of a novelty. Not only were coffee capsules an entirely new concept, they were also a somewhat exclusive commodity. As were the machines needed to put them to use. Today, tens of millions of people all over the world...
Alongside the market for conventional Nespresso capsules and other coffee pods, a growing number of coffee-lovers are beginning to experiment with refillable Nespresso pods. As the name suggests, these are specially designed pods - usually made of metal – which can be reused indefinitely.
For millions of committed coffee lovers all over the world, Nespresso capsules have become something of an everyday essential. Despite the fact that Nespresso pods have been around for such a comparatively short period of time, they have nonetheless gained immense popularity on a global basis.