Nestlé USA announced Wednesday that it has sold Juicy Juice, a well-known but declining juice brand for kids, to investment firm Brynwood Partners.
Just a few months after reassuming control of Rising Beverage Company, the marketer of Activate Drinks, co-founder Anders Eisner announced the sale of the cap-dispensing brand.
David Turconi, general manager of Guayaki’s cafe, intends to take the concept of a yerba maté hub to a new set of locations.
White space is hard to come by in the energy category, but Mamma Chia has introduced a new line that CEO Janie Hoffman sees as filling a gap in the sub-segment often referred to as “clean energy.”
BevNET dug deep into this year’s Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) show and spotted trends — emerging and yet to surface alike.
As one of the co-founders of Nantucket Nectars and a Managing Director at First Beverage Group, Tom First is well-versed in what it takes to launch and run a successful beverage company. In this video on BevNET Food and Beverage University, First draws on his expertise in financing new ventures to discuss where and how entrepreneurs can look to find investors for their brand.
Counter to prevailing beliefs about the beverage, kombucha doesn’t have to taste bad, says Live Soda Kombucha CEO Trevor Ross.
Celsius Holdings will unveil its latest release — Celsius Negative Calorie Cola — on Friday at the Subway Firecracker 250 at Daytona International Speedway.
Hormel Foods has agreed to purchase CytoSport Holdings Inc., the company that owns Muscle Milk, for approximately $450 million.
Nine months after the company, which markets the well-known Muscle Milk brand, put itself on the auction block, Hormel Foods today announced that it has has agreed to acquire Cytosport.
Ingredient suppliers packed the IFT show in New Orleans with energy and protein innovation.
The 2014 Summer Fancy Food Show begins this Sunday in New York City, and the specialty foods event will feature nearly 75 beverage companies. As always, BevNET will be on hand to report on news and innovation from the show. For attendees, we’ve compiled a handy list help you navigate the floor.
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.”
As Keurig gets closer to launching its at-home cold beverage maker, Starbucks announced that it’s getting fizzy, and Faygo is facing a lawsuit that might get the AARP in a tizzy.