After launching several years ago, Golden Tiger is back with a new formulation and an updated package design for its line of turmeric-based juice drinks. The three-SKU line, which features 100 mg of bioactive curcumin per bottle, is also now USDA Organic certified.
Dean Eberhardt, co-founder & CEO of Hoplark, spoke about how getting fired from his own prior startup led him to a “lightbulb” moment and inspired the creation of the fast-growing hopped tea brand, his belief that he’s “a marketing textbook’s worst nightmare,” how the company has succeeded during the pandemic, and why he turned down a venture capital investment this past summer.
Explore challenges and opportunities in the infused product space during “CBD Today and Tomorrow”, freshen up on sparkling water and ice cream with our Category Close-Up series, participate in investor speed dating and hear from entrepreneurs and experts during Office Hours, Elevator Talk and a new show from NOSH’s Editor Carol Ortenberg.
Dunkin’ Brands has confirmed that it is in negotiations for a sale to Inspire Brands in a potential $8.8 billion deal, according to a report on Sunday in The New York Times.
We’ve got a great panel on hand, including trendologist Kara Nielsen, who is the director of food and beverage insights with WGSN, David Lemley, the president of branding firm Retail Voodoo, and Flashpoint Strategy Consulting founder Kate Ruffing.
Addressing strategic, operational, and marketing practices around D2C, as well as providomg direct-from-the-entrepreneur stories of how companies are dealing with the D2C environment.
ROAR Organic Expands in 7-Eleven; Harmless Harvest Launches Ecommerce; Jèn Collagen + Aloe Vera Drinks Grows Footprint; Lemon Perfect Enters Wegmans; Tractor Beverage Company Adds B.GOOD Locations
Jing Gao, founder & CEO of Sichuan-inspired sauce and seasoning brand Fly By Jing, discussed the origins of her passion for Chinese food culture and why she set out to create a brand that could elevate consumers’ expectations for the cuisine’s flavors. She also spoke about how she managed a surge in demand in 2020 and how she addressed racist comments posted on the brand’s Instagram page.
The Coca-Cola Company’s performance in Q3 has left Goldman Sachs Equity Research analysts encouraged by what they saw, with better-than-expected organic sales growth indicating a path to recovery in the months ahead.
While most launched pre-pandemic, online zero-waste grocery platforms have experienced accelerated growth, like many e-grocers have, since COVID-19 hit the U.S. in March and many shoppers quickly shifted their grocery shopping online.
Now on the cusp of its 20th anniversary, Propel is preparing for its biggest year of innovation thus far. First up is the launch of Propel Immune Support, a two-SKU line of flavored waters that contain 100% of the daily value of Vitamin C and at least 30% of the daily value of zinc in each 20 oz. PET bottle.
In a year of uncertainty and struggle, it’s hard to find steadiness and positivity. That’s why we are bringing BevNET Live Winter 2020 straight to you. On Dec. 7, 8 and 9, we’ll join together to touch base with the leaders of the beverage industry as they pour energy and advice into our group.
Slumping on-premise accounts “more than offset” an increase in retail sales for The Coca-Cola Company during Q3 of this year, according to a company earnings report released today. Global case unit volume fell 4% in the quarter, while net revenues declined 9% year-over-year. Organic revenues fell 6% and operating income was down 8%
Hrbvor, which is short for “herbivore,” is a new sparkling beverage made with a cold-brewed infusion of organic leaves and flowers, including moringa, hibiscus, lemongrass and peppermint. The line is sweetened with raw honey, erythritol and monk fruit.
Vertosa, a California-based cannabis infusion company specializing in emulsion technology, this month announced a slate of partnerships to develop THC-infused drinks with multiple beverage companies this fall, including beer maker Pabst Blue Ribbon (PBR) and sessionable tonic maker Cann.
The New York City-based brand, which markets a three-SKU line of natural energy shots featuring caffeine from green tea, is set to enter 12,000 c-store locations in Florida via DSD distribution over the course of the next six months, starting with a launch in 1,000 stores in November.