Juisi is a line of cold-pressed and high pressure processed juices and non-dairy milks and sold in six markets along the East Coast. Sampling three Juisi blends, we were pleased with the formulation of each, but feel that the branding and labels need some refinement to really pop.
Watch the video to hear more from Nicholson about Red Jacket Orchards’ participation in the Founders’ Forum, its new Half & Half beverage, and the company’s position on high pressure processing.
Arizona-based True Nopal has announced that its gluten-free and vegan-certified prickly pear cactus water is now available in over 4,000 retailers across the United States.
Passion House Coffee Roasters is a specialty coffee roaster based in Chicago. The company's approach is a bit different than other roasters in that it offers three “genres” of coffee: Ambient, Mainstream, and Experimental.
His departure means an end to a highly-visible partnership between two Brown University friends who started a socially conscious brand that has deep roots in the Amazonian rainforest and Ecuadorean native tribes.
DailyServing takes a novel approach to food and beverage, combining an approximately 4 oz. serving of juice with an identically sized snack. The juice, which is cold-pressed and HPP, is the more compelling part of the offering (maybe that’s just our jaded perspective as beverage folks).
Boulder Brands, Inc. reported that it expects sales to drop in its second quarter, a disappointing result that brought on the resignation of founding CEO Steve Hughes. He will be replaced on an interim basis by COO James Leighton, who has a long history in consumer goods.
Our editor-in-chief Jeff Klineman opines on a lack of racial and ethnic diversity in the natural foods industry.
Announced on Friday, The Coca-Cola Co. and Monster Beverage Corp. have completed a strategic partnership, one in which the cola giant paid $2.15 billion for a 16.7 percent stake in the energy drink company.
When it comes to the beverage industry, power is diffuse. So we have zero repeats this year.
The chain of stores, slated to begin opening in 2016, takes its name after the company’s existing private label brand.
Rumors surrounding a Crystal Pepsi comeback first surfaced in 2014, when the Coca-Cola Company resurrected it owns nineties cult classic Surge.
Zero-calorie soda brand Zevia, which has long relied on direct warehouse distribution to its grocery customers, recently partnered with a handful of DSD operators to extend its presence in a range of other retail channels, including foodservice and convenience stores
The moves comes as part of the company’s efforts to deepen its presence across the United States as the ready-to-drink tea category continues to experience significant growth.