For companies seeking sales in supermarkets, where juices are almost invariably purchased, technology, as it often does, changed the dynamic.
The pricing change will impact beverages that the company sells to its distributor partners and is expected to result in higher prices for consumers.
About a month after the Coca-Cola Co. brought Coke Life, a cola made with a blend of stevia and sugar to the U.S. market, Pepsi has responded with a similarly formulated product.
Raley’s has replied to BevNET's questions about why it created a list of banned ingredients and its potential impact on the company in terms of sales and operations.
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.
While not a complete capitulation of their efforts to disassociate soda consumption and links to obesity, the recently announced pledge by the world’s largest soda manufacturers to reduce beverage calories in the American diet represents a striking shift in communication.
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.
After a leap into lemonade, Sparkling ICE is attempting to make a splash in another on-trend category.
Developed in partnership with Tony Horton, creator of popular P90x fitness program, the new products will debut at 100 Los Angeles-area 7-Eleven stores.
Its distribution partnership with PepsiCo in high gear, KeVita CEO Bill Moses sees its sparkling probiotic drinks as becoming a ubiquitous offering.
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.
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.
Filmed on location at the Baltimore Convention Center, BevNET CEO John Craven and BevNET Editor-in-Chief Jeff Klineman break down the show and its impact on natural beverage categories.
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.