Nestlé USA announced Wednesday that it has sold Juicy Juice, a well-known but declining juice brand for kids, to investment firm Brynwood Partners.
Hormel Foods has agreed to purchase CytoSport Holdings Inc., the company that owns Muscle Milk, for approximately $450 million.
Ingredient suppliers packed the IFT show in New Orleans with energy and protein innovation.
The New York State Court of Appeals today rejected an effort to reinstate New York City’s plan to restrict the sale of sugary drinks, commonly referred to as “The Bloomberg Ban.”
Visit the vitaminwater Facebook page and you’ll find that its columns are built with anger of the once faithful. All this because vitaminwater has begun using a blend of cane sugar and stevia.
XYIENCE announced Wednesday that it has reached a new partnership with Polar Beverages for distribution of its sugar- and calorie-free Xenergy line in the New England market.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) says that she’s working on legislation to tax beverages with added sugar. She hopes to introduce the legislation “in a matter of weeks.”
Celsius Holdings will unveil its latest release — Celsius Negative Calorie Cola — on Friday at the Subway Firecracker 250 at Daytona International Speedway.
David Turconi, general manager of Guayaki’s cafe, intends to take the concept of a yerba maté hub to a new set of locations.
BevNET dug deep into this year’s Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) show and spotted trends — emerging and yet to surface alike.
Stumptown’s recent partnership with Straub Distributing serves as one piece of the coffee company’s growing distribution network, one that president Joth Ricci envisions as a national juggernaut.
The Court ruled in favor of POM, stating that the company may support its claims under the federal Lanham Act, which covers false advertising.
While there has been a great deal of talk about soda tax legislation as a way to combat rising obesity rates, a growing number of health advocates want to restrict the use of food stamps for purchases of sugary drinks. A recent study bolsters that argument.
The distribution deal will provide Oatworks, which has been self-distributed since its launch last summer, with an opportunity to swiftly expand its footprint in the Northeast and to continue spreading the idea of oats as a core beverage ingredient.