Placing it squarely at the forefront of natural food trends and greater demand for traceable goods, Raley’s has curated a list of 83 ingredients that will be banned in its stores.
Promoting its bottled gazpacho drinks with the tagline “no spoon required,” Tio Gazpacho is a high pressure processed (HPP) take on the classic cold soup. The beverages, which come in three varieties, are well-executed in both formulation and packaging and an impressive addition to the HPP beverage category.
Now marketed as “Antioxidant Super Teas,” the teas are filled in POM’s iconic bottles, and sold in a single-serve 12 oz. size, down from its original 16 oz. format.
Daily Greens “Replenish” is the second hemp milk product to be added to the company’s lineup of cold-pressed, HPP products. It’s made with water, hemp seeds, vanilla, coconut nectar, camu camu and cocoa, which results in a flavor that’s extremely enjoyable.
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Fizzleblitz is marketed as a “Sparkling Fruit Juice Tea” that is formulated with with yerba mate and comes in three varieties. While like the flavor of the products, we not sure about the positioning of the brand and are a little confused the choice of ingredients in the beverages.
Though most exhibitors felt attendance and energy at the show to be lethargic, Expo East nonetheless showcased the ongoing evolution of cold-pressed juices and cold-brewed coffee.
Reliant Recovery Water is water that is fortified with oxygen, calcium chloride, magnesium chloride and potassium bicarbonate. While the company has plenty of explanation on its website (including research studies that are intended to validate their recovery and performance claims), there’s very little information on the bottle.
The flavored sparkling waters will hit shelves in October at all 175+ stores across 10 states, giving the Boston-based company a wider footprint in the Southwest.
The past few weeks of distribution deals indicate that while beverage buyers are continuing their faith in a proven category like coconut water, they’re not averse to innovation.
Nearly four months after a jury ruled that Monster Beverage Corp. must pay The Beastie Boys $1.7 million after ruling against the energy drink giant in long-running dispute over alleged unauthorized use of the rap group’s songs, two music publishers are seeking similar compensation.
Starbucks announced Tuesday that it will purchase the remaining 60.5 percent stake of Starbucks Coffee Japan Ltd that it doesn’t own for approximately $913.5 million, according to Reuters.
Jamba Juice, an 800-store line of juice franchises, is wading into the cold-pressed market, launching a four-SKU line of high pressure processed (HPP) juices that will be available in-store.
Gregg Engles, WhiteWave chairman and CEO, believes that So Delicious will complement his company’s existing portfolio of dairy-alternative products.
In a partnership built on the bonds (or, in this case, the bogs) of expertise, cranberry giant Ocean Spray has aligned with RIPE Bar Juice maker FreshBev on a new line of cold-pressed, HPP juices.