Tumeric ALIVE’s first dairy-alternative beverage is a high pressure processed (HPP) blend of coconut cream, hemp milk, turmeric, cardamom, raw honey, bee pollen, chia seed, vanilla bean, ginger and sea salt. While “golden” might not be the best word to describe the color, the flavor of the product is extremely enjoyable.
The pricing change will impact beverages that the company sells to its distributor partners and is expected to result in higher prices for consumers.
On July 1, the U.S. Department of Agriculture introduced new school nutrition mandates that limit nutritional content and ingredient options. While the changes could hamper mainstay brands of the past, the updates could signal an opportunity for entrepreneurs with a willingness to comply.
In taking a closer look at WhiteWave’s recent acquisition of So Delicious, one key question comes to mind: doesn’t WhiteWave already sell almond milk?
Developed in partnership with Tony Horton, creator of popular P90x fitness program, the new products will debut at 100 Los Angeles-area 7-Eleven stores.
Southern Teaz is a line of USDA Organic ready-to-drink iced teas that incorporate biodynamically farmed tea from India. While the company that makes these products hails from Idaho, this flavor is certainly sweet enough to be called “Southern-style” (we can’t say the same for the unsweetened flavor).
The American Beverage Association announced that it wants to reduce national calorie intake, but the editorial board at USA Today was hardly impressed.
After a leap into lemonade, Sparkling ICE is attempting to make a splash in another on-trend category.
The National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) annual show begins next Wednesday, October 7, in Las Vegas. or attendees, we’ve compiled a handy list help you navigate the event. Download our printable NACS Show Planner for all beverage exhibitors listed both alphabetically and by booth number.
There’s a lot of buzz — at least on the bleeding edge — about apple cider vinegar-based beverages. Fire Cider is one of the more unique approaches that we’ve seen in the space. The product, which is made with apple cider vinegar, honey, oranges, lemons, onions, horseradish, ginger, habanero, garlic and turmeric, has an insanely complex and spicy flavor.
Lumi Juice became the first cold-pressed juice brand to land shelf placement at The Fresh Market. But the distribution deal, while high-five worthy, doesn’t mark the finish line.
About a month after the Coca-Cola Co. brought Coke Life, a cola made with a blend of stevia and sugar to the U.S. market, Pepsi has responded with a similarly formulated product.
Drinkable yogurt sits at the intersection of the three P’s of beverage industry buzzwords — probiotic, portable, protein. Yet will this advantageous positioning be enough to carry a category?
Its distribution partnership with PepsiCo in high gear, KeVita CEO Bill Moses sees its sparkling probiotic drinks as becoming a ubiquitous offering.