Caliwater’s 2015 repackaging and reformulation is a very drastic change from what we saw in the first rendition of the self-described "cactus water."
In the nearly three months since its resounding victory in BevNET’s New Beverage Showdown 8, Tio Gazpacho has aligned itself with some powerful partners, and is now in midst for a big distribution push.
The introduction marks yet another foray into the burgeoning world of cold-pressed, high-pressure processed juices by a food and beverage conglomerate.
Hain Celestial-owned BluePrint Juice has extended its line of cold-pressed products with two uniquely formulated green juice varieties. While both quite tasty, we’re not sure that it the variation between the other green varieties is significant enough.
Natural channel stalwart Uncle Matt’s Organic has for the first time waded into the functional beverage space with the launch of three new multi-serve juice products.
Organic erythritol was the bottleneck, but a packaging change and a shift in availability of the sweetener has given way to an across-the-board update to Honest Tea’s line of zero-calorie sodas.
Here’s the latest in distribution news across the beverage industry:
Harmless Harvest's foray into coffee-flavored coconut water is this product, a two-ingredient blend of high pressure processed (HPP) coconut water and organic and Fair Trade coffee extract.
Crude, a new cold-pressed juice brand whose name is derived from a definition of the word (unrefined and natural), markets a two-SKU line of high pressure processed blends. Crude's Green #1 and Red #1 are both a good start to further development of the line, but its packaging is a clear area for improvement.
Vilsack’s comments come as part of the much larger ongoing discussions surrounding the labeling of GMOs.
Curtis Jackson, better known as hip-hop recording artist 50 Cent, is letting his energy shots speak for themselves. AdWeek recently explored the shift in the marketing of his brand SK Energy, which has shed its blinged-out look for packaging with more widespread appeal.
Three high-profile entrepreneurial beverage companies recently solidified their executive ranks with beverage veterans hailing from a variety of backgrounds within the industry.
A finalist in BevNET's New Beverage Showdown 8, Molly's Milk Truck markets a line of iced coffee and iced chai drinks. In our review of the coffee products, which are made with cold-brewed coffee and almond milk, we think that the company has the foundation for something that could have broad appeal.
The government’s top nutrition advisory panel pointed to overconsumption of food and beverages with added sugar as one of the major factors thwarting a “healthy dietary pattern” for Americans.