The events will feature specials, celebrities and refreshments to make sure kids are ready to go back to school in style – and in good health.
As part of the partnership, Coco Joy branding is featured throughout the stadium and around the field at Yankee Stadium on New York City FC match days.
TEAS' TEA SHINCHA is packaged in a 16.9 fl. oz. recyclable BPA Free PETE bottle with a suggested retail of $1.99. Available in Whole Foods nationwide, select specialty markets and teastea.com.
Freebirds is owned and operated by Tavistock Group with nearly 100 restaurant locations across seven western United States, including Texas, California, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Utah.
The Reserve Edition Flavor will be available via select retailers in the Pacific Northwest, including QFC, Fred Meyer, Safeway, PCC and Metropolitan Market, and online nationwide at Amazon.com (SRP $9.99 per 4-pack of bottles) this August.
The certification was completed by Merieux NutriSciences, an industry leader in the safety and quality analysis of consumer goods.
Mountain Dew is bringing back tried and true gamer-favorite – Mtn Dew Game Fuel Citrus Cherry – and a new flavor – Mtn Dew Game Fuel Berry Lime – for a limited time only.
Apart from the new website, Amy & Brian is introducing a complete rebranding and redesigned packaging.
In addition to working with individual talent, Vita Coco is also the exclusive coconut water sponsor of the Los Angeles Clippers.
Now available in UNFI’s distribution network nationally, to kick off its expansion, Titan Tea will be introduced through UNFIs Speed to Market Program, making the product available in 300 of UNFI’s top independent retailers who want to be among the first to offer their customers the newest natural and organic products.
Wallaby Organic Whole Milk Kefir is available in Strawberry, Cherry, Peach, and Plain, and comes in a 32oz bottle.
Winners were selected by fans voting Coco Libre Organic Original and Organic Pineapple coconut waters as winner of the Beverage Nutrition category.
The report also updates other areas of progress, including efforts to reduce the carbon footprint of the “drink in your hand” by 25 percent and to sustainably source key agricultural ingredients globally by 2020.
The award significantly expands KeHE's existing business with the Company, particularly in the western United States.