In this Press Clips roundup, a city-wide project to install public sparkling water fountains across Paris is underway, while elsewhere The Washington Post reports on Coke Zero Sugar's impact on the diet soda market.
At SupplySide West 2017, BevNET caught up with several ingredient suppliers seeking to build the market for these collagen proteins through innovative solutions and products, such as ready-to-drink beverages and supplements.
CEO and founder Carlos Ramirez said the company is working on a new line called Powerful Water, which will feature added collagen protein and electrolytes.
Steve Gress joins Jones Soda as executive vice president of U.S. sales; IZZE co-founder becomes advisor at Top Note Tonics; John Blackington enters hemp-infused market with role at Rocky Mountain High Brands; Former Coke, Juicero VP joins Koia
Dairy cooperative Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) announced last week that it had acquired New Jersey-based Cumberland Dairy, a family-owned producer of ultra-pasteurized food and beverage products, for an undisclosed sum.
Hawaiian coffee company KonaRed has closed a “significant capital raise” from venture capital fund Venice Brands, which will be directed towards supporting sales, marketing and distribution of the brand’s range of coffee products.
Last week, representatives from dairy alternative producers including MALK, Good Karma Foods, New Barn and Oatly traveled to Washington to argue against the Dairy Pride Act.
In order to distinguish themselves within the highly competitive food and beverage space, Seattle-based investment firm Cascadia Capital must identify the right opportunities -- and get to them before their rivals do.
Following a capital raise of $4 million, Protein2O is looking to grow the protein and enhanced water categories with a product that unites the best of both worlds.
Episode 82 features an interview with Soylent co-founder John Coogan. We also speak with Olivia Ku, an influential food and lifestyle blogger and the creator of LoveHealthOK. And in this week’s edition of Elevator Talk, we chat it up with Shayne Malone, the founder and CEO of Zavu.
Starbucks Corporation today announced an agreement to sell the TAZO tea brand to Unilever for $384 million, a move that will allow the Seattle-based coffee giant to focus on supporting its other premium tea brand, Teavana.
Nestlé USA today announced its acquisition of Chameleon Cold-Brew for an undisclosed sum, roping the Austin, Tex.-based brand into its widening coffee portfolio.
Hello Beverages recently partnered with InterContinental Beverage Capital (IBC), a New York-based middle market advisory group with a focus on CPG industries, to help shape and execute their ambitious plans for growth in the coming year.
Speaking with BevNET, founder and CEO Bart Smith discussed his vision for the company -- which is his first foray in the beverage industry -- and how HEYDAY is positioning itself as an affordable, tasty, and non-indulgent cold brew.