In this Distribution Roundup, Mooala's move into the East Coast nearly doubles its U.S. retail presence, while Powell & Mahoney's lands placement for two of its sparkling mixer SKUs at Target stores nationwide.
Lazy Bear is a line of cascara, which, as we’ve explained in reviews of other cascara beverages, is a product brewed using the fruit that surrounds the coffee bean. The product is currently available in three flavors, two of which have no added sugar: Natural, Mint, and Lemon Agave.
Fueled by recent proprietary innovations in packaging and dispensing technology, Ripe Craft Juice and Ripe Bar Juice are now in a position to grow both jointly and independently, with two distinct product offerings that can meet consumers either on-premise or at the grocery store.
Why REBBL CEO Sheryl O’Loughlin believes a business’ ability to constantly evolve and to take a progressive approach to the times can spell the difference between success or failure; Taking an omnichannel approach to fresh and organic with Urban Remedy CEO Paul Coletta; How Kabaki Purple Tea fuses innovation and social mission. This episode is presented by The Good Crisp Company.
After a pilot run in Brazil, PepsiCo’s customizable pod-based beverage format Drinkfinity is now available stateside, launching exclusively through the brand’s website last week.
The Coca-Cola Company came out strong in Q4, reporting 6 percent organic revenue growth following a year of restructuring and cross-category portfolio expansion. The company expects that momentum to carry into 2018.
With growing competition in grocery, retailers are turning to emerging, natural and organic brands to provide points of differentiation.
The Water Kefir People is a Bend, Ore. based company with a line of organic handcrafted probiotic beverages that were designed with the intention of being an “option for the whole family.”
Five former Monster Energy employees suing the company for sexual harassment and discrimination say they’ve been both heartened and “overwhelmed” by support they’ve received since speaking publicly about their cases last month.
In January, Vancouver, Canada-based oxygenated water brand OXiGEN announced a three-year deal to become the “official functional water and recovery tool” partner for FC Bayern Munich, one of the world's most valuable sports clubs.
Dave Burwick, the CEO of Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Inc., has departed the Bay Area-based specialty coffee maker to take the helm at Boston Beer, the producer of Samuel Adams.
BevNET spoke with three up-and-coiming, Southern-based sparkling water brands about their approaches to the market and how they hope to find a place to grow in this explosive category.
Yesterday, bone broth company Bonafide Provisions unveiled a new brand identity, including a rebrand of its bone broth and “drinkable veggies” lines, and a new line of frozen soups.
Iconic’s latest offerings, which were announced in January 2018, include two flavors that are on the trendier end of what you’ll see in the whey protein category: Golden Milk and Coconut Matcha.