| Keurig Dr Pepper is a beverage company with a portfolio of flavored (non-cola) carbonated soft drinks (CSDs), non-carbonated beverages (NCBs), and produces single serve brewing systems. Co.'s segments are: Coffee Systems, which produces single serve brewers and specialty coffee; Beverage Concentrates, which is a brand ownership business where it manufactures and sells beverage concentrates and syrups; Packaged Beverages, which is a manufacturing and distribution business of both NCBs and CDSs, as well as a brand ownership business, focused primarily on NCB brands; and Latin America Beverages, which is a brand ownership, manufacturing and distribution business, with operations in Mexico.
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