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.
Expanding its already vast range of plant-based beverage offerings, Califia Farms announced today the launch of a new four-SKU line of non-dairy drinkable yogurts formulated with the company’s proprietary Califia Culture Blend.
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.
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.
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.
Solid on revenues but sluggish in sales, PepsiCo’s fourth quarter and full-year results offered mixed fortunes for the food and beverage giant.
Bayside Distributors, which currently services around 1,100 accounts in Massachusetts and Rhode Island with a focus on independent gourmet, natural and specialty stores, has followed the pivot in food and beverage towards trends like clean label, plant-based and reduced sugar.
Following the closure of cold pressed juice company Juice Served Here, co-founder and former CEO Alex Matthews now tasked with the job of evolving the visual identity for Forager Project as the plant-based food and beverage brand’s new chief marketing officer.
This year's annual event will bring together kombucha brands and manufacturers from around the world to discuss, among other topics, the definition of kombucha as a beverage category.
Earlier today, the CPG giant officially announced the launch of Bubly, an eight-SKU line of fruit-flavored sparkling water in 12 oz. cans that will debut at retail this month.
The Townshend Group, the Portland, Ore.-based parent company of Brew Dr. Kombucha, Townshend’s Tea Company and Thomas & Sons Distillery, has sold a minority stake in the company to private equity firm Castanea Partners.
In an interview with BevNET, Wandering Bear co-founder Matt Bachmann declined to identify who led the round, citing an agreement not to publicly disclose the other party.
The specialty channel still aims to serve consumers looking for distinctive and innovative beverage products, but that category has had outsized growth -- which means its role within the channel’s commercial ecosystem is evolving.
Organic coconut beverage brand Harmless Harvest today announced it has raised $30 million in growth capital in an investment round led by Danone Manifesto Ventures, the venture arm of French multinational food and beverage corporation Danone.