Drinkable yogurt sits at the intersection of the three P’s of beverage industry buzzwords — probiotic, portable, protein. Yet will this advantageous positioning be enough to carry a category?
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 gradual evolution of The Coca-Cola Company’s business model in North America takes another step Wednesday, as the cola giant hands the keys to a new bottling operation in the Sunshine State.
Gregg Engles, WhiteWave chairman and CEO, believes that So Delicious will complement his company's existing portfolio of dairy-alternative products.
A large and still growing social media movement has influenced The Coca-Cola Co. to begin selling Surge again.
More than a fifth of consumers say that beverages influence them when it comes to choosing a restaurant, according to a report by Technomic, a research and consulting firm.
The study’s stinging conclusion: “It appears that the marketing of fortified beverages as beneficial or health-enhancing is premature at best, and deceptive at worst.”
Reed's, Inc. CEO Chris Reed figures that tripling the speed of the production will help the company move forward with less labor and roll out more product to absorb his facility’s inherent overhead figures.
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.
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.
Earlier this month, the Barclays Back-to-School conference offered a rare glimpse of candor from a Coca-Cola executive.
At the Vallarta Supermarket on Whittier Blvd. in East Los Angeles, Coca-Cola, Sprite and Fanta Mexicana sell for 4 cents a bottle. But those aren’t the only beverages that the retailer offers with a price point below the market standard.
The event conflated food/beverage rookies with financial gurus and broker veterans. It was idea makers and those who invest in the ideas. Slacks and blazers met jeans and brand tees.
While the cultures of all other Reed’s kombucha products grow in oolong and yerba maté teas, the latest offering is grown in organic coffee.