In a conference call with investors, Monster CEO Rodney Sacks said the company achieved gross sales of $696.3 million in the three month period ending 12/31/14.
The introduction marks yet another foray into the burgeoning world of cold-pressed, high-pressure processed juices by a food and beverage conglomerate.
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.
At the recently held Consumer Analyst Group of New York conference, Keurig offered a first glimpse at its highly anticipated cold beverage system.
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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.
While Calpack and HPPFS are both profitable and cash-flow positive, internal strife at parent State Fish Co. and a sharp decline in the abundance of fresh fish has placed “significant financial pressure” on the subsidiaries.
Renamed as Temple Turmeric, the brand's new label that emphasizes and centers the mandala artwork on the labels of the high pressure processed, juice-and-nutrient-rich product line.
Three high-profile entrepreneurial beverage companies recently solidified their executive ranks with beverage veterans hailing from a variety of backgrounds within the industry.
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.
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.
The funds will be used for “working and growth capital needs,” according to Salus Capital Partners, which provided the asset-backed credit.
While Smartwater is still on a big growth curve, so is the entire category.