In a statement released Monday, Niagara Bottling reported that no E. coli contamination had been detected in any of its products and that the decision to issue the voluntary recall was done “in an abundance of caution and in the interests of consumer safety.”
Auriganic is a 100 percent juice beverage that features auricularia auricula (aka wood ear -- an edible fungus). While we appreciate the functional ingredient in this product, we’re not convinced that this is the right approach.
In a departure from past editions of BevNET Live, complete video coverage from our recently held Summer ‘15 event is now available for viewing at no cost. Located on BevNET’s YouTube page, our coverage is broken down into individual video segments by speaker presentation, panel and discussion.
In a recent report, the Coca-Cola Co. sought to identify key metrics of millennial customers, including habits and attitudes, shopping occasions, and their perception of retailers.
The now unsealed indictment alleges the defendants, working out of California, Mexico and 5-hour’s home state of Michigan, went into the business of producing and selling knockoff energy shots in the United States in late 2011.
Looking to further its longstanding presence within hip-hop culture, Sprite has partnered with tastemaker music magazine The Fader on its new campaign.
Earlier this year, Honest Tea announced the addition of two unsweetened and caffeine-free herbal varieties to its line of glass bottled iced teas. For, us Honest's Cinnamon Sunrise Herbal Tea and Ginger Oasis Herbal Tea are excellent examples of how producers can make highly flavorful teas without the use of sweeteners.
The key, Baumann said, is to offer high-quality merchandising upgrades for brands based on their promotional schedules, so that when Basemaker representatives hit the stores, they are able to build attractive end-cap displays to draw attention to the products.
A positive run for carbonated soft drinks (CSD) has ended as sales of major brands within the category declined for the first time in over a year, according to a new Wells Fargo Securities report, which covers Nielsen xAOC (expanded all outlets combined) sales data for the four-week period ending on June 13.
A couple months ago, Talking Rain announced the launch of a new package option for its popular Sparkling ICE brand. The new 8 oz. slim cans have an upscale look, as compared to the brand's PET bottles, and we're quite impressed with the execution in design.
Managing Partner Tom First said he hopes to close the fund by the first half of the summer, although other investors could join by the fall.
Guru recently added a line of organic, zero-calorie, and sparkling "energy waters" to its portfolio of energy drinks. The new products are sweetened with erythritol and stevia, something we question for beverages that are marketed as "waters."
Arty Water is no more, but for fans of the artichoke water product, all is not lost. A co-founder of the brand behind the development of a new brand called Botanic Waters, a line of plant-based water products, one of which is -- you guessed it -- infused with artichoke extract.
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