On Monday, April 30th, Kyle Kinner pitched Keurig-Dr Pepper (NYSE: DPS) to add to the Consumer Staples Sector holdings. Keurig-Dr Pepper is a leading integrated brand owner, manufacturer, and distributor of non-alcoholic beverages. Bob Gamgort, new CEO, is coming into the company with over 30 years of experience in the consumer packaged goods industry with two previous leadership experiences managing big corporations. Kyle believes that KDP has a strong business with highly respected margin profile positioned to grow both top line as well as the bottom line perspective. After Keurig Green Mountain’s acquisition in March of 2018, the company now owns its Direct Store Delivery system combined with independent distributor partners, which will allow them to reach 100% of the population. DPS shows differentiation in the beverage industry with the inclusion of coffee after this acquisition, which will lead to increased penetration in households with their wealth of successful products. Additionally, there is an extreme likelihood for e-commerce integration coming in the near future. Kyle proposed to purchase 70 shares of DPS and sell 50 shares of KHC and 100 shares of XLP. The motion passed unanimously.