OneCup™ for Keurig® Machines

San Francisco Bay OneCup™

Our new single cup coffees are perfect for your Keurig single serve brewer and will bring you the rich full flavor you've been missing - at a much lower price! Choose from a variety of coffees including French Roast, Fog Chaser, Organic Rainforest Blend, and Decaf French Roast.

Yes, this is coffee for your Keurig machines and yes they will work. 

fog chaser


Our OneCups are designed to provide a taste that's similar to a french press brewer. Therefore, there'll be a small amount of pure coffee residue in the bottom of your cup. This is normal and ensures the maximum amount of flavor.


  • Great value and quality for single-serve coffee!
  • Works in the Keurig® coffee makers shown below!
  • Richer, more full-bodied, and more affordable than K-Cups®.
  • SF Bay OneCups™ are fairly and directly traded!

Our OneCup varieties include the following:


OneCup™ works with many popular coffee brewers including

Our OneCup's Freedom Ring Lidding will allow you to brew our pods in your Keurig 2.0® brewer. We have transitioned all of our products to this new lidding so that every one of our OneCups can be used freely with no restrictions.

Wondering which Keurig machines and other single serve machines will accept the OneCup?

  • Keurig 2.0
  • K10/15
  • K40 models
  • K50
  • K55
  • K70
  • K75 Platinum
  • K130 In-Room Brewing System
  • K145
  • K150
  • K200
  • K250
  • K400
  • K410
  • K425s
  • K475
  • K476
  • K500 series (525, 550, 560, 575)
  • K600
  • iCoffee Remington brewers
  • Keurig Compact
  • Keurig® “Mini Plus”
  • Keurig® “Elite”
  • Keurig® “ Special Edition”
  • Keurig® “Platinum”
  • The Breville ® BKC700 Keurig®
  • The Cuisinart® Keurig®
  • B40
  • b3000SE
  • Keurig ® Office B60
  • Keurig ® B70
  • Keurig® Office B140
  • Keurig® Office B15
  • Most other Keurig® coffee makers
  • Mr. Coffee® Single Serve Powered by Keurig® Brewing Technology
  • Bunn My Cafe
  • MixPresso
  • Flex Brew


Not only is this coffee perfect for home or office, but we make ordering a snap and you will get free shipping on all orders over $30.



Breville® is a registered trademark of Breville Pty, Ltd. Cuisinart® is a registered trademark of Conair Corporation Mr. Coffee® is a registered trademark of Sunbean Products, Inc. "Keurig"® and "K-Cup"® are registered trademarks of Keurig Incorporated.

San Francisco Bay Coffee is neither affiliated with, nor approved by, Keurig Incorporated, Breville, PTY, Ltd., Conair Corporation, or Sunbean Products, Inc.




  1. Mike 20 October, 2018 at 10:52 Reply

    Is there any chance you are considering tea? I’ve yet to find any tea k-cups that aren’t all plastic, and those reusable k-cups don’t seem to work well with tea.

    • Laura Rogers 20 October, 2018 at 15:30 Reply

      Hi Mike, we have made them in the past but are not currently doing so, I will pass along the request to our production team though! Thank you for reaching out.

  2. Eric Johnson 18 April, 2018 at 08:15 Reply

    SFB French Roast. The last box had many pods with a lid seal issue. Comes loose during brewing and spews grounds all over the place. A mess! Trying other brands.

  3. Marvin Wood 15 April, 2018 at 05:14 Reply

    I’ve been using SFB cups in my Kuerig for a while now. Ordered Rain Forest blend cups this time as I have before. I notice the coffee maker cannot push the water through the cups like it should. For example, i choose large cup when brewing and end up with maybe 4 ounces of coffee. I can do it again using the same k-cup and might end up with 8 ounces. Thinking it could be the coffee maker i tried another brand of k-cups. Works as it should. I notice when i take the used k-cup out of the coffee maker they are hard as a rock so wondering if there is something wrong with the way they were made. Is this a known problem or maybe just with this blend or batch? Thanks

  4. Alyssa K 6 April, 2018 at 13:10 Reply

    I bought the bulk package from Costco and they do not work with my Keurig 2.0. Is there a way to get it to brew? Otherwise, your website is very misleading by stating these cups will work with this specific model of Keurig machines. Very disappointed

  5. Mike 30 March, 2018 at 21:00 Reply

    Hi – I have a 2.0 – K500 Keurig and recently the SFB pods have been tearing in the Keurig and I’m getting a cup full of grounds and a big mess cleaning the grounds out of the machine. Seems like others are experiencing similar problems.

  6. Ed and Sandy 21 March, 2018 at 08:52 Reply

    We’ve been using SFB gourmet french coffee pods purchased from Costco in our Keurig for years now. Lately the paper cap on the pod is flimsier and ruptures under the pressure, spilling coffee grounds and coffee all over the place. Up until the last two cases of SFB pods we have not experienced this issue; I suspect a design or materials change has caused this issue as we meticulously maintain our machine. Bagging up what’s left and taking back to Costco for a refund.

  7. Linda 9 March, 2018 at 21:36 Reply

    Will your coffee pods work with the following machine…Hamilton Beach FlexBrew 2-Way Coffee maker. Thank you.

  8. becky faust 7 March, 2018 at 10:12 Reply

    Good Afternoon,
    My husband and I are long time customers of SFB coffees. We order our coffee from Amazon. From time to time we have been restricted as to how many boxes of this brand or that. Not exactly sure what drives that restriction.
    This last box we bought of the Breakfast blend we have had 2 pods that are not sealed correctly and have simple made a mess of things. We’ve never experienced this before, something we should know about?
    Thank you,

    • Laura Rogers 7 March, 2018 at 12:45 Reply

      Hi Becky,
      I’m so sorry that there was an issue with some of your pods. Please send an email over to and they will work on fixing that for you. Thank you for your comment and please let me know if I can be of any more assistance.

  9. Ann Amato 10 February, 2018 at 10:39 Reply

    Will you be offering a half-caff option any time soon? I love the idea of a more environmentally friendly pod, but usually drink half-caff

    • Laura Rogers 12 February, 2018 at 10:30 Reply

      Hello Ann, we do not currently have that option available but will let our customers know if that changes.
      Thank you for your inquiry.

  10. Kevin Moran 1 February, 2018 at 04:24 Reply

    Hi love your initiative to help the environment . Any chance that in the future you will consider producing pods that will fit Nespresso coffee machines?

  11. Danielle Baron 31 January, 2018 at 20:56 Reply

    How about some chai latte? I would love to switch to biodegradable cups but I am not a coffee drinker… 🙁

    • Laura Rogers 1 February, 2018 at 11:33 Reply

      Good morning Jody, our french roast and our espresso roasts are dark and delicious coffees that we offer in OneCups and we have an extra dark Italian roast available in whole and ground beans. Our OneCups are 97% compostable in an industrial composting facility but our pods (and our bags!) are made with plant based renewable resources. We do not recommend putting them in your home compost bin as the mesh will not break down. If you buy the French Roast OneCups from Costco, they are 100% biodegradable and you can put them in your home compost bin and they will eventually all break down but we do not recommend it as of now. I hope I helped. Please reach out if you have any more questions!

    • Laura Rogers 31 January, 2018 at 12:12 Reply

      Hey Susan, we package our coffee in groups of either 10 or 12 in a bag that is made up of plant based, renewable resources such as paper and wood pulp. It is not biodegradable but 97% compostable in an industrial composting facility. Hope I helped!

    • Laura Rogers 30 January, 2018 at 10:29 Reply

      Hi Pete, our 100% compostable pods that are compostable in an industrial composting facility are only available at Costco currently but we are working on making all of them 100%! The other ones are not too far behind! Thank you for your inquiry, I hope I helped.

      • Felipe 31 January, 2018 at 07:13 Reply

        Hi Laura, I’m not too familiar with the composting world, but I want to make sure I’m being environmentally responsible. What is the best way to dispose of the coffee pods? Do I just toss them in the trash or do I need to find an “industrial composting facility”? I already bought the pods and loving the coffee, by the way! Thanks!

        • Laura Rogers 31 January, 2018 at 11:51 Reply

          Hey Felipe, thanks for your inquiry. You can put the pods in your trash and they will break down better than plastic does. If you have an industrial composting facility near you, you can send the pods to them too. I’m glad you’re happy with the coffee and thanks for reaching out to me!

  12. Dano 23 December, 2017 at 08:10 Reply

    We have a Keurig K500 plus series and can’t seem to get the cups to work in it, is there a trick to this. My wife picked up the bulk package from Costco and wants to return it, she frustrated

    • Kaleigh Halderman 28 December, 2017 at 14:46 Reply

      Hey Dano, The spring/lever will need to be pulled back and the Onecups need to be adjusted. Let me know if that works.

  13. David 2 April, 2017 at 19:02 Reply

    Will the One Cup work in a Keurig K70? Is that the same as the “Keurig Platinum” noted in your OK Compatibility listing?

  14. Natalie 11 March, 2017 at 05:32 Reply

    Can you store the cups on your counter in a carousel? Or do they have to be stored in an airtight container?

    Thank you!!

  15. Mike 8 March, 2017 at 13:05 Reply

    I have a brand new K-cup drawer that sits under my K55. This is not airtight (rails around the sides with open air) and I purchased these without realizing they need airtight storage. Will these go bad if sitting like this for a month or so?

  16. Mike 11 July, 2016 at 15:48 Reply

    My 3rd Keurig in 4 years died a few days ago. After a lot of research, I chose a Bunn My Cafe. I am happy to report that San Francisco Bay K-cups, with the soft paper bottom, produce a PERFECT cup of coffee!!! I love the breakfast blend the best. No, the Bunn K-cup drawer does NOT pierce the San Francisco Bay K-cup and THAT is a very good thing! Brewing that way, it takes about 10 seconds longer. There is no dribbling, just a steady constant stream of coffee. And it is Delicious.
    So YES world, San Francisco Bay K-cups WILL work wonderfully in a Bunn My Cafe!! BUT, there IS a ground coffee drawer for ANY ground coffee, too.

  17. Barbara Gorsh 31 May, 2016 at 12:52 Reply

    We love your coffee, and order French Roast Decaf through … Has Costco discontinued carrying your French Roast Decaf? If so, where is a good place to buy the 180 cup box? Thanks for your help, keep up the good work,
    Barb Gorsh Missoula MT

  18. Edgar 30 April, 2016 at 21:24 Reply

    Hi, I bought 120 box of French roast for my Keurig 250, they work great and the taste is wonderful, just have a question, they come packed in plastic bags, will I loose any taste of the coffee if a leave them outside the bag? Or for how long can I leave them outside the bag? Would be a good idea to add this information in the box!

  19. Pat 23 March, 2016 at 15:44 Reply

    Gave a friend a packet of your One Cup pods. He says they do not work in his Keurig 2.0 brewer. Does the 2.0 require an adapter? Believe he said pod was too small.

    • Chris Swift 27 March, 2016 at 19:34 Reply

      Nope, no adapter necessary. The will fit the 2.0 no problem. Possibly he has another adapter in the brewer already. Maybe the ground coffee insert?

  20. Bill Holloway 11 March, 2016 at 15:49 Reply

    We enjoyed your coffee made with our 3 year old Kuerig B60, until the brewer quit working. The new Kuerig K475 is the closest replacement to the B60, but it requires “Smart” cups -according to Kuerig Tech Support. Will the One cup pods work with the K475 brewer?

  21. Anita 8 March, 2016 at 14:02 Reply

    Hi, my husband and I have a Keurig K10 Mini Plus Brewer which we use in our travel trailer. I see on your list of compatible coffee machines the “Keurig Mini” and I’m wondering if this is referring to my machine. We would really like to use coffee pods which are friendly to our environment and I’m hoping these two are compatible.

  22. Richard Reid 4 March, 2016 at 15:21 Reply

    Will your cup work with a Keurig 2 coffee brewer? I get conflicting information when I look at the CostCo web site.

  23. Chris Swift 21 December, 2015 at 08:34 Reply

    Hello, “Fines” are very fine particles of coffee passing through our mesh filter similar to a French Press. This is a good thing, not bad. The oils and fines add a richer mouthfeel and aftertaste.

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