Erin Cabrey

Erin Cabrey

Editorial Assistant

Erin assists the editorial team at BevNET, NOSH and Brewbound. She is a graduate of Fordham University with a BA in Journalism.

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Top Takeaways from SPINS’ Expo West Webinar Recap

Plant-based protein, dairy's efforts to regain relevance, and the continued ascent of CBD and hemp were a few of the major trends to emerge from Natural Products Expo West 2019, according to a show recap presented yesterday by market research group SPINS.

Press Clips: Indiana Lawmakers Seek Ban on Energy Drink Sales to Minors

Lawmakers in Indiana have proposed a bill to ban the sale of energy drinks to minors, according to Tristate Homepage. If passed, Senate Bill 369, introduced on January 10, would make it a class C misdemeanor to “sell, give, or distribute an energy drink” to a minor.

Euromonitor: CBD, Personalization Set to Drive Cannabis Market

In a webinar entitled “Cannabis Legalisation: How It Will Disrupt the Future” hosted by market research company Euromonitor International on Thursday, Shane MacGuill, head of tobacco research, and Spiros Malandrakis, head of alcoholic drinks research, looked at several ways in which cannabis will likely disrupt the tobacco and alcohol industries as well as how these industries can adapt.

SPINS 2019 Trend Predictions Webinar Recap

Internationally inspired nuts, better-for-you booze and a sesame surge are among the several emerging food and beverage trend predictions for 2019 that were highlighted in a webinar hosted by data technology company SPINS on Wednesday.

Gallery: January’s New Product Launches

The new year has kicked off with several new launches and line extensions, as January’s new product gallery features Dirty Lemon’s first release in a year of new monthly SKUs, Coca-Cola’s foray into non-alcoholic adult beverages and several launches which suggest the CBD beverage trend will continue to surge forward in 2019.

Press Clips: Starbucks CEO Scales Back Schultz’s Expansion Plans

Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson is scaling back founder and former CEO Howard Schultz’s plans for luxury coffee shops, according to The Wall Street Journal. Schultz’s growth strategy included 1,000 Starbucks Reserve cafes selling premium coffee and artisanal bakery items, as well as 30 more locations of its Starbucks Roastery, experience-oriented stores aimed at increasing traffic and improving declining sales.

People Moves: BodyArmor President Named

BodyArmor announced on Dec. 13 that Brent Hastie will join the company as president, effective March 2019, where he will report to founder and chairman Mike Repole.