In early July, Stumptown will roll out the Cold Shot and Cold Brew Sodas in all ten Stumptown cafes nationwide.
Tea-based cocktail mixer brand Owl’s Brew has introduced its first line of ready-to-drink products. Dubbed “Owl’s Brew Radlers,” the new beverages are made with premium light beer, fresh-brewed organic tea and infused with real fruits and botanicals. Owl’s Brew featured the line at the 2016 Summer Fancy Food Show, which was held earlier this week.
ROAR’s Cosmic Grape (20-fluid ounce bottle; 60 calories per 8oz serving) is an all-natural coconut water-based isotonic.
Pique Tea is currently available for purchase online via subscription at piquetea.com in five varieties: Earl Grey, English Breakfast, Mint Sencha, Sencha and Jasmine (MSRP $9.69).
Beginning July 11 in Canada and August 8 in the U.S., 20-ounce bottles of Crystal Pepsi will be available for purchase at major retailers for a suggested retail price of $1.79.
In addition to hydrating the Badgers athletic teams, the brand plans to integrate the University into its marketing efforts including advertising campaigns, social media initiatives, in-store promotions and grass roots activations.
Over the course of the three-day specialty foods convention, held at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, we encountered a broad array of new products, design revamps and line extensions, all of which are included in this photo gallery.
Dutch & Dewey Distillery, a small-batch, sustainably run producer, distiller, and bottler, announces the launch of its Horse Mountain Gin, a premium, handcrafted 96 proof dry gin that balances the classic juniper character of London Dry with the bright, citrus notes of New Western style.
The Japanese inspired flavors are fitting to TEAS’ TEA as it was created from the Japanese expression Ocha no Naka no Ocha- “The Tea of ALL Teas!”
The new Califia Nitro Cold Brew line marries creamy almond and macadamia milks with a cold brew made from a specially-curated, signature blend of direct-sourced beans, and infuses it with a jolt of nitrogen.
In this edition of the podcast, we examine the evolution of BevNET Live’s New Beverage Showdown competition and the categories in which entrepreneurs are identifying opportunities for innovative concepts. The discussion leads to one about the market for cold-pressed juice and RTD coffee and ways that we saw entrepreneurs attempt to stand out from the pack.
Deryck van Rensburg, the head of the now-defunct Coke/Keurig partnership and the first president of Coke’s Venturing and Emerging Brands unit (VEB) has left the company to take a position as dean of the business school at Pepperdine University.
The line will debut in July, with Sprouts as its launch partner, and then soon after move into other retailers. Over the course of roughly 90 days, Züpa (which will retail at $6.99) will be tested in about 1,000 stores up and down the West Coast.
“It’s incredible how quickly HPP technology has evolved and the demand that we have witnessed for cold-pressed juices over the past six months. Juice companies drive six hours just to use our technology because we are the only ones providing this service in Florida,” said Jaime Nicolas-Correa, Director of Hiperbaric USA & Global VP of Sales.