On the heels of a new $5.5 million round of funding, Daily Greens is set to unveil a new look for its conventional-oriented line of high pressure processed (HPP) green juices and has added a trio of hemp milks to its Half Pint line of 8 oz. blends.
The beverage, a blend of espresso, milk and sugar that is infused with nitrous oxide, was designed to replicate the same frothy, textured drinking experience as offered by the popular draft-poured lattes that La Colombe serves in its cafes.
Turmeric-beverage pioneer Temple Turmeric has undergone a rebranding that founder and CEO Daniel Sullivan calls “the perfect expression of our deep belief in ‘the Body as a Temple’ concept.”
The $2 million investment from Boulder Investment Group Reprise will be used to expand Live Soda's sales and marketing programs, including field activities, events and a new ambassador program. Some of proceeds will also be used in support of a new line of drinking vinegar-based beverages, set to debut at Expo West 2016.
Made with prickly pear cactus juice, Fair Trade Certified green tea, natural flavors and stevia, Steaz is promoting the cactus water as a healthy beverage option with natural functionality, including antioxidant, hydration, anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties.
FATwater, the much-publicized enhanced water brand, is off the market following a December recall.
Two decades ago, Naya was one of the top-selling bottled water brands in the U.S. After years in the shadows, Naya is hoping to regain its once formidable market presence and leaning on a new partnership with Big Geyser to pave the path.
Juisi co-founder Joe Savino believes that the formulation of NÜMOO's organic, dairy-free nut milks differentiates them from current options on the market and that the brand has the potential to redefine the category.
Craft soda and kombucha company Reed’s has secured authorization for its Reed’s and Virgil’s brands in Stater Bros. Markets, the largest privately owned supermarket chain in Southern California. Stater Bros. has 168 locations in the region and annual sales of nearly $4 billion.
The launch of Naked Pressed comes amid a crowded and mature category for cold-pressed juice, however, Andrea Theodore, Head of Marketing, Naked Emerging Brands, said that the company is “consistently listening to our consumers' needs and innovating alongside them.”
7-Eleven, the largest convenience store chain in the U.S., has tapped craft soda company Jones Soda to create a co-branded line of soft drinks. The new “7-Select brand premium sodas crafted by Jones” will be in 7-Eleven stores across the U.S. by March, according to Jones Soda CEO Jennifer Cue.
Randy Shefshick, the founder of sparkling water brand Something Natural and Mocked Up, a line of non-alcoholic cocktail blends, is heading up the U.S. launch as part of a joint venture with Cawston Press.
The financing comes 13 months after Earthbound Farms, a subsidiary of food and beverage conglomerate WhiteWave Foods, made an $3 million investment in Daily Greens in exchange for a minority stake in the company.
Juicy news coming out of California: Jeff Hansberry, the president of Starbucks’ Evolution Fresh unit, has taken a new role as president and chief commercial officer of sales and marketing broker Advantage Solutions.