Shares of Keurig Green Mountain popped on Thursday making it TheStreet's Move of the Day. The company known for its single-cup coffee makers announced that it is partnering with sandwich chain Subway to serve its single-serve brews across the restaurant's North American locations. Keurig's president of U.S. sales and marketing, John Whoriskey, said in a statement: "Keurig' brewers help SUBWAY franchisees simplify operations by eliminating the need for separate brewing of regular, decaffeinated and flavored coffee, reducing waste and clean-up of unconsumed coffee." TheStreet's Joe Deaux reports.

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