Reed's, Inc. CEO Chris Reed figures that tripling the speed of the production will help the company move forward with less labor and roll out more product to absorb his facility’s inherent overhead figures.
Filmed on location at the Baltimore Convention Center, BevNET CEO John Craven and BevNET Editor-in-Chief Jeff Klineman break down the show and its impact on natural beverage categories.
As the first ginger beer made with fresh lemons and fresh ginger, the development of Spindrift's newest offering was a tremendous undertaking.
White space is hard to come by in the energy category, but Mamma Chia has introduced a new line that CEO Janie Hoffman sees as filling a gap in the sub-segment often referred to as “clean energy.”
As one of the co-founders of Nantucket Nectars and a Managing Director at First Beverage Group, Tom First is well-versed in what it takes to launch and run a successful beverage company. In this video on BevNET Food and Beverage University, First draws on his expertise in financing new ventures to discuss where and how entrepreneurs can look to find investors for their brand.
Counter to prevailing beliefs about the beverage, kombucha doesn’t have to taste bad, says Live Soda Kombucha CEO Trevor Ross.
Daily Greens founder Shauna Martin credits Texas as a key launching pad for the brand, with the Lone Star State offering new and fertile ground for a now-thriving cold-pressed juice category.
In part of two of our segment, we discuss investment deals seen in the non-alcoholic beverage business and offer predictions on what’s to come for growth categories in the second half of 2014.
As emerging categories continue to evolve, BevNET CEO John Craven and Editor-in-Chief Jeff Klineman discuss notable developments in the beverage industry during the first half of 2014.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) says that she’s working on legislation to tax beverages with added sugar. She hopes to introduce the legislation “in a matter of weeks.”
The template for Vital’s micro-juicery model is its current facility in Seattle, which has systems in place that allow the company to “track produce all the way from the vendor through to the bottle."
Amid booming sales and new distribution of Hiball, however, Berardi will look to quadruple his staff to eight, filling out a new sales force that will enhance and bolster the brand’s presence in a variety of retail channels as well as regionally along the East Coast, California, Texas and the Midwest.
As the lead in one of the seven “Circles” funds, Brad Barnhorn, a long-time beverage investor and advisor, will focus on investment opportunities in the healthy food/beverage and healthy living space.
A recent report by the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) says that the convenience frontier keeps growing. According to the report, U.S. convenience stores increased in-store sales in 2013 to a record $204 billion. As of Dec. 31, 2013, the U.S. convenience store count had increased to 151,282 stores, a 1.4 percent increase from the previous year.