Mark and Megan Grogan have expanded their social enterprise into the coffee cart market off the back of a successful year in the coffee pod space. Photos: Attila Csaszar

Getting more from the daily grind

From pods to beans, the founders of social enterprise Community Pod have extended their business model.

Nine months after they launched their Community Pod business, Mark and Megan Grogan are looking to add a new, complementary offering to their online service.

The Grogans say they have sold about 100,000 of their coffee pods so far, with $10,000 from the proceeds donated to charity.


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