Distributed by UNFI, the line comes in Aronia Berries, Wheatgrass, Turmeric + Ginger and Pear + Lemon varieties with a suggested retail price of $5.99 - $6.99 per 16 oz. bottle.
A decade after he launched WheyUp, a first-to-market protein and energy drink hybrid, the brand’s founder is back with a revamped version of his original offering called FITWHEY.
In an interview at the 2016 Winter Fancy Food Show, Owl’s Brew president Maria Littlefield said she's been "seeing a lot of focus on different retailers building out a set" for craft cocktail mixers.
Jones Soda’s Birthday Cake Soda is a limited-edition variety that was designed to commemorate the brand’s 20th anniversary. Since it’s also BevNET’s 20th anniversary and Jones Soda was one of the first startup brands that we covered, we figured it was appropriate to give this a try.
According to Hint COO Theo Goldin, the company is currently in conversations with retailers to secure shelf space for “Kick” in the coming months.
Life Juice founder Ety Deutsch is still the face of the cold-pressed, high pressure processed juice brand, but a new investment team and CEO are now at the helm and they’ve pushed the reset button on distribution and retail placement.
In an interview with BevNET, Purity Organic president Dave Minnick explained that the genesis of the teas sprung from New York beverage wholesaler Big Geyser, which distributes the company's juices in the region.
After learning about Cher’s interest in purchasing water to send to Flint, company co-founder Jon Olafsson agreed to match her contribution to the cause.
Revive Kombucha has shifted to a new 10 oz. bottle as its primary package. While the original 16 oz. swing-top bottle has its time and place, this is just a much slicker looking and more practical format.
Yes, the Fancy Food Show has evolved. Yes, it now attracts food and beverage products not traditionally viewed as “specialty.” But make no mistake: the event is still a showcase for decadent and unique flavors, and the 2016 winter edition didn’t disappoint.
MatchaBar, a small chain of matcha cafes based in New York City, has launched a new line of ready-to-drink beverages. MatchaBar's eponymous product line comes in three varieties -- original, fuji apple ginger and peach, each containing two grams of ceremonial grade matcha.
Golazo founder and CEO Richard Tait said that despite continued growth of the brand in natural and conventional grocery channels as well as a loyal customer base, the company hadn’t reached profitability and was unable to secure the capital necessary to “take it to the next level.”
Having extended Hiball into caffeinated coconut water, cold brew coffee and protein drinks, Berardi is set to launch a new line of caffeine-free refreshment drinks as well.
The circumstances surrounding LaCroix, one of the most successful growth stories in the sparkling water category, have come to a boil as legal issues and employee turnover surfaced this week.