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Seagram’s Vodka Launches Juicy Watermelon Flavored Vodka

Launching on the heels of Seagram’s Vodka’s recent introduction of Ruby Red Grapefruit and Golden Apricot flavors, Seagram’s Juicy Watermelon Vodka is refreshing, sweet and juicy with a smooth finish, according to the company.

Carolina Panthers Football Players Re-Sign with TEN Spring Water

Professional football players Colin Jones, Teddy Williams and Mario Addison of the Carolina Panthers have re-signed with TEN Spring Water for a third year. The popular bottled alkaline water brand has a growing list of high-profile endorsers including the UFC’s reigning Women's Bantamweight Champion, Amanda Nunes.

Video: Why Whole Foods Centralized Purchasing Decisions

Three days prior to the blockbuster announcement that Amazon would acquire Whole Foods for $13.7 billion, Matt Jimenez, the senior category leader for Whole Foods’ global grocery team took the stage at BevNET Live Summer 2017 and discussed recent changes to the company’s grocery management structure and buying processes.

Emerging Flavor Trends On Display at BevNET Live Summer 2017

During last week's BevNET Live Expo, suppliers and flavoring companies took over the conference floor to showcase their latest innovations. Reporters from BevNET sister site Project NOSH walked the floor to survey exhibitors on what they think are the top trends of the flavor world right now.

Cascadia Managing Brands to Exhibit at 2017 Summer Fancy Food Show

Cascadia Managing Brands, a leading Brand Management and Consulting firm in the beverage industry, will be exhibiting at the Fancy Food Show June 25-27, 2017 at Booth number 4612. This is the first time Cascadia will have its own booth at the exhibition.

Video: Rankings, Reviews, Keywords — E-Commerce Advice for Food & Beverage

In terms of setting up direct-to-consumer marketplaces, creating “full basket” solutions with Amazon Fresh, and simply providing a place for customers to search by keywords for specific products, the e-commerce titan has begun to exert an outsized influence in the ways consumers shop.

In-Depth: Why Amazon Scooped Up Whole Foods

In a deal that’s shaking the shopping experience for consumers, retailers, and food and beverage companies, Amazon’s scooping up of Whole Foods for $13.7 billion on Friday has hardened talk of large-scale disruption in the way consumers buy their groceries.