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.
Amid burgeoning demand for iced tea products, the Coca-Cola Co. today announced that Gold Peak and Fuze Tea are two of the newest additions to its portfolio of billion-dollar brands.
Last October, Runa opened its doors to a much bigger cash infusion from MetaBrand Capital, a newly launched investment arm of MetaBrand’s food and beverage consulting firm.
The private equity fund is looking to take a minority stake in 5 to 10 companies in the natural food, beverage and supplements space, with investments ranging between $500,000 and $2.5 million each.
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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.
Today Suja revealed that its latest investment round had included some of the best-known actors on the planet.
For the first time since August, C-store dollar sales of Red Bull topped that of Monster Energy, according to Nielsen sales data for the four-week period ending on Jan. 17.
With the declaration that all 5-hour products have been reformulated to achieve a better taste profile, Living Essentials is hoping to quell some consumer unease with the energy shots.
As part of a wide-ranging interview, CEO Paul Coletta described Urban Remedy as "an organic food company that does juice, not a juice company that does food."