As part of the deal, Xyience, currently based in Las Vegas, will end its partnership with the UFC and focus on a broader demographic of healthy consumers.
While chocolate-flavored coconut water is certainly not a new thing, Harmless Harvest’s approach brings an innovative twist to the concept. The product, which, like Harmless Harvest’s flagship coconut water is high pressure processed and promoted as “raw,” contains only two ingredients: organic coconut water and organic cacao extract.
Seeing an opportunity to extend the brand’s positioning, Green Mustache has released a revamp of its packaging and now sports the tagline, “Greens For All, Big & Small.”
With club/warehouse quickly emerging as an important channel for natural beverage companies, Kirstin Everard, a marketing & promotions expert, shares critical information on how to maximize the usefulness of Costco’s in-house sampling and Roadshow programs in a new video series on BevNET Food and Beverage University.
Labeled as a dietary supplement, Naturnique Energizing Tea is promoted with the tagline, “Finally…Great Tasting Energy!” As for what’s inside the bottle, it’s basically a sugar-sweetened white tea product that’s enhanced with caffeine (from green tea extract), ginseng, and vitamins.
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The latest in distribution news features brands opening new territory on opposite coasts, with Las Vegas-based Xyience heading east while Sipp Sparkling Organics, which operates in Philadelphia, is expanding out west.
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The suit alleges that Nestlé breached a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) and engaged in anticompetitive practices that aimed to drive Nirvana out of business.
As companies like Coca-Cola and PepsiCo seek new avenues of profitability, Chicago-based market research group Datassential wonders how the diversification of the cola giants could influence innovation in the market place.
Made with fruits, roots and vegetables are sourced from organic farmers along the West Coast, Purity Organic’s new “Superjuices” are pasteurized, shelf-stable juices that are formulated with ingredients often seen in cold-pressed, HPP varieties.
Evolution Fresh recently added two new products to its already extensive portfolio of juices and smoothies. Organic Avocado Greens Organic Splendid Carrot each launched as exclusives at Whole Foods and both products feature the brand’s refreshed label design. Blended with on-trend ingredients such as chia, coconut water and turmeric, Evolution’s desire to innovate definitely shines through.
For the past few years, consumer advocates and policy research groups have publicly criticized the ingredient and linked it to gastrointestinal symptoms.
Making its debut at the recently held 2014 Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City, Mamma Chia Vitality + Energy is an extension of the company’s popular line of chia drinks. As with its flagship line, the organic beverages are made with hydrated chia seeds and fruit juice. Added to the mix are 90 mg of caffeine sourced from guayusa and cane sugar, with the blend packaged in a slim 10 oz. glass bottle. So how did it all turn out?