Approximately 12 months ago, Braintrust Investments, a Burr Ridge, Ill.-based private investment firm, announced that it had acquired premium white tea brand Inko’s. Over the past year, Braintrust, led by former Pabst Brewing CEO Kevin Kotecki, has tweaked Inko’s branding, formulation and product lineup, and the company showcased the updates at the recently held 2015 Natural Products Expo East.
Select Publix stores also carry Lifeway's 32-oz kefir products, giving shoppers a choice of sizes for both on-the-go and stay-at-home use.
Distilled in May of 2002, this Old Fashioned Sour Mash experiment used Buffalo Trace’s proprietary mash. The bourbon was cooked and cooled to standard; however, the similarities stop there. The mash was allowed “to sour” before yeast was added to start the fermentation process, a method long abandoned due to its more laborious process.
The seasonal flavors are now available for a limited time in pint and quart-sized containers at a variety of retailers nationwide.
In its response, Coca-Cola pledged to fight its bill, saying that it “firmly believes that the assessments are without merit and plans to pursue all administrative and judicial remedies necessary to resolve this matter.”
The new flavor will be the eighth under ROAR's portfolio of flavors and the initial all-natural product in the Odell Beckham Jr. Series.
Within the natural channel, the development of the cold-brew coffee category has been rapid and highly visible, and a new report from market research company Mintel confirms that the beverage is a hot commodity.
With new American-made copper stills, a veteran distiller and a handcrafted ethos, Dogfish Head Distilling Co. is expanding its distilling program this November with the launch of its 100% scratch-made spirits line.
Perhaps more than any particular hot new trend, what stuck out at last week’s Natural Products Expo East trade show at the Baltimore Convention Center was the visible growth and continued maturation of beverage categories and brands which were in their infancy just a few short years ago.
As demand for cold-pressed juice continues to expand, Goodnature, one of the largest manufacturers of commercial cold-pressing equipment, sees opportunity to make production simple and feasibly available for a wide range of retailers, particularly neighborhood cafes and small, independent grocers, with the launch of a new machine designed to fit on most commercial kitchen countertops.
The new items can be found in Neenah Packaging’s new Label swatchbook, which showcases the full portfolio of textures and colors, as well as Neenah’s digital pressure sensitive label offering.
The product is available throughout Whole Foods Market in Connecticut, New Jersey, Long Island, Westchester, and New York City.
The recognized innovator in probiotics is celebrating the unveiling of 7 new products fortified with the patented probiotic, GanedenBC30, at Natural Products Expo East.
Bottled at 40 percent and the first Angostura rum finished in French oak casks, No. 1 Once Used French Oak is created with a fusion of Old World techniques.