Natural channel stalwart Uncle Matt’s Organic has for the first time waded into the functional beverage space with the launch of three new multi-serve juice products.
Organic erythritol was the bottleneck, but a packaging change and a shift in availability of the sweetener has given way to an across-the-board update to Honest Tea’s line of zero-calorie sodas.
The government’s top nutrition advisory panel pointed to overconsumption of food and beverages with added sugar as one of the major factors thwarting a “healthy dietary pattern” for Americans.
Zola today announced that, based on sales data from SPINS, it now markets the fourth best-selling coconut water brand in the conventional channel, passing PepsiCo-owned Naked.
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False advertising and misleading label statements are at the heart of a trio of recently filed class action lawsuits against well-known beverage companies.
Core Natural, an alkaline water brand headed by FUZE and Bodyarmor founder Lance Collins, is set to join Big Geyser trucks in a matter of weeks.
Three high-profile entrepreneurial beverage companies recently solidified their executive ranks with beverage veterans hailing from a variety of backgrounds within the industry.
Here’s the latest in distribution news across the beverage industry:
At the recently held Consumer Analyst Group of New York conference, Keurig offered a first glimpse at its highly anticipated cold beverage system.
For the first time in its nearly 20-year history, Fiji Water has taken to national television to connect with consumers. In what is part of a greater $30 million integrated marketing campaign, the company has created four 15-second spots to promote the brand’s pristine source in Viti Levu.
Last month Big Geyser requested a buyout of its contract with Glaceau from Coca-Cola and ever since, there’s been speculation as to which premium water brand the New York distributor would have fill in for Smartwater upon its March 1 departure.
A confluence of health and wellness trends and sustained demand for premium alcoholic beverages has ushered in a wave of new higher-end mixer brands.
Coca-Cola chairman and CEO Muhtar Kent said he expects 2015 to be a “transition” year for the company, before it likely returns to healthy growth in 2016.