Today Keurig announced that it has reached a multi-year agreement with Dr Pepper Snapple Group that will give the company exclusive rights to produce single-serve pods for brands in DPSG’s portfolio.
During its three-year run, Naked Emerging Brands created one partnership, but has not developed as a VC shop and struggled to define itself within the Pepsi system.
Yuvia Pure is a not from concentrate coconut water that is made with young coconuts from Brazil. The product, which claims to not add any sugar, has a slightly sweeter and less salty flavor than what we’ve seen in other brands. However, we can’t say that product this is preferable to those that add sugar.
Vermont Tapped, which is a product from the same company that produces the TreTap line of beverages, is an “enhanced” maple water beverage. The enhancement is maple syrup, which has been combined with maple water, maple flavor, citric acid and carbon dioxide to create a zero-calorie product that drinks like a flavored seltzer.
Three speakers have joined the FBU Austin lineup to help new food & beverage brands understand the financial and legal issues that can complicate launches and brand growth.
The narrow increase marks the CSD category's sixth consecutive month of dollar sales growth.
With our comprehensive list of expected food and beverage trends for 2015, FBU subscribers now have access to critical information as to what’s hot and what’s soon to be on-trend in the coming year.
The label update for Powered ON (which debuted as ON Beverages) looks cleaner than its initial effort. However, we feel as though it still looks a bit too technical to the point where it doesn’t appeal to one’s senses as well as it could.
Dollar sales of carbonated soft drinks (CSD) were up 3.6 percent in the U.S. C-store channel in the four-week period ending on December 2014.
Centre Partners, which focuses on “control investments” in the consumer, healthcare and business services industries, today announced the purchase of a majority interest in Sun Orchard, a leading provider of juices and other beverages for the foodservice industry.
Big Geyser, which has been responsible for much of the success of Glaceau in New York, will cease to carry Glaceau products by March.
Coca-Cola Co. is cutting at least 1,000 to 2,000 jobs worldwide, according to the Wall Street Journal. The cuts come as part of a $3 billion cost-cutting plan that the company announced in October, a response to widespread declining soda sales.
A look back at top headlines from the past year, including financial deals, marketing wins (and blunders), category evolution and important regulatory updates.
Beginning with the JW Marriott Shenzhen in China and the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown, the program will spread to approximately a dozen hotels worldwide within the first six months of its launch.