The Financial Times reports on Albertsons interest in acquiring Whole Foods, while Demi Lovato's Instagram endorsement of "detox" tea blend Teami sparks a backlash from some fans.
Born from experimentation at their cafes, Stumptown’s latest effort is, at least in our opinion, its most innovative and audacious offering to date. On the surface, the concept of blending carbonation with cold brew might not sound that exciting, but what it has created is much more interesting.
The company issued a statement announcing the recall on Friday. The statement was posted on its website and that of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. According to Soylent’s shipping records, the recalled boxes each contain seven 15 oz. pouches and were shipped to 610 customers.
Unlike Monfefo's ginger shot, this product is not spicy or, at least compared with a straight turmeric shot, as intense in its flavor profile.
Industry veteran and Reed’s director Stefan Freeman has taken the reins as interim CEO while Reed assumed the newly created role of Chief Innovation Officer (CIO).
Last week PepsiCo removed bottled Stubborn Soda and Caleb’s Kola products from the market after discovering recent batches were inadvertently made with beet sugar. The craft sodas are normally formulated with Fair Trade Certified cane sugar and the gaffe was the result of a supplier error, according to the company.
The home juicer/foodtech startup, which famously raised $120 million in venture capital funding, seemed to be soaring for the stars. But as they say on the internet, life comes at you fast -- and the internet came at Juicero at the speed of life this week.
In a recent interview recorded for this edition of the BevNET podcast, Hippeas founder Livio Bisterzo credited the rapid success of the brand to marketing that’s less about the functional attributes of the snacks and more about reaching a broad base of consumers.
The company's move to a new 20,000 sq. ft. production facility, due to be fully operational this fall, helped make the deal to enter 4,500 GNC locations nationwide possible.
In this edition of Press Clips: Bulletproof is headed to the Big Apple; one year after Berkeley, Calif.’s tax on sugar-sweetened beverages took effect, citywide sales of sugar-sweetened drinks fell by nearly 10 percent; the first colorless coffee in the world hits the market.
With multiple product launches already in 2017, Califia Farms is a company that has been on a seemingly never-ending cycle of innovation. One of those new offerings is the company’s first USDA Organic nut milks, which they’ve called “Homestyle.”
BodyArmor will debut its first TV spot Wednesday night with a 30-second commercial designed by retired L.A. Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant. The commercial, which will air on TNT during the NBA playoffs, kicks off a multimillion dollar ad campaign that is set to be the sports drink brand’s largest to date.
Lifeway Foods is facing a class-action suit alleging that it deceived customers in claiming its Plain Kefir is “99 percent lactose free," while the ex-CEO of Jammin' Java reaches a settlement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Much to our excitement, Temple Turmeric recently announced that they were expanding the shot lineup to include three flavors: Turmeric Shot, Red Ginger Shot, and Fire Shot. Like all of Temple Turmeric’s products, these flavors are loaded with great stuff.