Ken Sadowsky, the senior beverages advisor in the U.S. for Verlinvest, offers his take on the development and growth potential for a number of developed, emerging and nascent beverage categories.
CSPI has threatened to sue The Campbell Soup Co. over what it believes to be misleading statements about the “juice content, nutritional value, and overall healthfulness” of V8 juice blends.
Proceeds from the financing will be used to deploy “some new marketing initiatives to even further accelerate” the development of KeVita, CEO Bill Moses said in a statement.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) says that she’s working on legislation to tax beverages with added sugar. She hopes to introduce the legislation “in a matter of weeks.”
Eighteen months after Hain Celestial’s acquisition of BluePrint, the founders of the cold-pressed juice brand have exited the company.
YouGov, a London-based market research firm, conducted a recent survey that indicates the growing preference of juice drinkers to pay closer attention to labels and ingredients.
The California Senate approved a bill last Thursday that would mandate health warning labels on beverages with added sugar, according to The Los Angeles Times.
Visit the vitaminwater Facebook page and you’ll find that its columns are built with anger of the once faithful. All this because vitaminwater has begun using a blend of cane sugar and stevia.
The Court ruled in favor of POM, stating that the company may support its claims under the federal Lanham Act, which covers false advertising.
He endured a massive crop failure, redesigned the entire line, and in the end, felt he’d had a good four years, but Brian Ross has left Cheribundi.
The template for Vital’s micro-juicery model is its current facility in Seattle, which has systems in place that allow the company to “track produce all the way from the vendor through to the bottle.”
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration rekindled former Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s argument for a ban of large sugary drinks.
Aiming to ramp up production and distribution of its raw, organic juices and foods, Urban Remedy has raised $5 million in new funding and tapped industry veteran Paul Coletta as CEO.
Wells Fargo found that beverage sales in convenience stores increased by 4 percent for Memorial Day this year, compared to a 2 percent increase in 2013.