Having updated its leadership ranks via internal promotion and external hires, Purity Organic is now aiming to round out its executive team with a proven manager to head up its sales department.
Big Geyser, which has been responsible for much of the success of Glaceau in New York, will cease to carry Glaceau products by March.
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Wells Fargo Securities analyst Bonnie Herzog pointed to WhiteWave’s line of plant-based beverages (PBB) as a “unique growth opportunity” for both companies.
Coconut water companies are responding to a recent report that the category has gone flat. In short, they aren’t buying it.
The position had been vacant since May, 2013, when John Cochran left the company to become CEO of Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine.
After two days of animated and inspirational presentations, Tio Gazpacho, an RTD version of the famous Spanish soup, took two titles: Audience Favorite & winner of New Beverage Showdown 8.
During its three-year run, Naked Emerging Brands created one partnership, but has not developed as a VC shop and struggled to define itself within the Pepsi system.
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Nearly four months after acquiring Inko’s, Braintrust Investments has purchased another tea brand, albeit one with a much shorter track record.
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GoodBelly now sports a tagline of “Drink daily for healthy digestion,” and features fruit images that are more reminiscent of those found on conventional multi-serve juice products.
“In earlier stage companies, there’s a lot of excitement around what we might be creating -- but you have to channel some of that into what the world’s ready for,” said Califia Farms CEO Greg Steltenpohl.
“These nutso ideas are what everybody’s looking for right now” Primozich said. “Weirdo ideas like putting soup in a bottle and throwing it in the beverage case.”