The MUSCLE MILK® brand will feature Syndergaard in marketing collateral at retail locations throughout New York, in digital and social content and through unique brand experiences for retail and distributor partners.
CytoSport, Inc., owner of the MUSCLE MILK® brand, announced today that the MUSCLE MILK® Recovery Grant Program will be re-launched and will provide up to $250,000 in grants to help rebuild and revitalize high school athletic programs around the country that demonstrate a financial need.
Protein beverages (Protein2o, Mix1), probiotic offerings (Lifeway Kefir, Clearly Kombucha) and coconut water (Vita Coco, Minoku, Powercoco, Cocozia, Tongo) continue to draw interest from retailers and distributors.
CytoSport®, one of the largest sports nutrition companies in the U.S. and parent company to Muscle Milk®, announced today that it has launched Muscle Milk Organic ready-to-drink shakes exclusively into nationwide Target stores and online at Target.com.
Nick Webb of The Irish Independent writes that Kilkenny, Ireland-based Glanbia, an international nutrition and cheese company, is amid a three-way shootout to buy Cytosport, Inc., the company that produces Muscle Milk, for about $500 million. Webb writes that Glanbia is said to be facing competition from dairy-ingredients firm Whitewave Foods and NBTY, a manufacturer of vitamins and nutritional supplements.
A federal judge has tentatively approved a settlement in which the makers of Muscle Milk will create a $5,275,000 million fund for consumers adversely affected by marketing of the products. The settlement, in which Cytosport Inc. denies any wrongdoing, will resolve a 2011 false advertising lawsuit filed against the company.