The Baron Samedi Spiced Rum – named for the Haitian guardian of all things enchantingly dark and otherworldly. The 90-proof spirit is now available in select U.S. markets nationwide.
Tamara Arbib, the founder of Rebel Kitchen, a U.K.-based brand of organic, coconut milk-based beverages, Arbib envisions her company as being a leader in plant-based nutrition as a way to “effect change in people’s health on a global scale.”
Oi Ocha, Japan's #1 selling bottled green tea will also be distributed nationwide.
The Minneapolis-based coffeehouse chain announced its move into the fast-growing RTD coffee category, launching with 14 oz. single-serve and 32 oz. multi-serve bottles.
Ryan Douglas, Director of Non-Alcoholic Beverage at Morris Distributing, added, “IGZU is a one-of-a-kind product, fueled by a mission we can get behind – we know our retailers are going to be excited as well.”
Enrico began his career at PepsiCo in 1971, initially working with snack brands Funyuns, Cheetos and Fritos, before becoming Pepsi-Cola USA CEO in 1983.
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Giggle is currently available in over 40 retail locations within California including Bristol Farms, Erewhon, Jimbos...Naturally and Mother’s Market with imminent plans to launch nationwide.
The UK’s leading Matcha brand, Vivid, has announced it is removing all sugar from its drinks.
Like all Vuka beverages, the new flavor is natural, and contains no high-fructose corn syrup, no preservatives, no artificial flavors or colors, and no gluten.
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Currently in over 1,000 stores on the East Coast, RETHINK already has plans for expansion including explosive growth into 4,000 stores, including the West Coast, by early summer of 2016.
The division of labor for the joint venture will see Starbucks “contribute Teavana’s tea expertise, industry-leading retail activation, and consumer engagement capabilities,” while Anheuser-Busch “leads production, bottling and distribution to retailers nationwide,” the companies revealed via press release.
The campaign reinforces Big Red's established association with BBQ and the brand's 100 Days of BBQ summer promotion.