Like many coffee roasters getting into the cold-brew game, this is their first ready to drink offering and it’s one that will serve as a takeaway product from their retail locations.
Grass Fed Coffee is a ready to drink beverage that features cold-brew coffee, butter made with milk from grass fed cows, MCT oil, chicory, and Himalayan salt as its key ingredients.
The products are packaged in 12 oz. cans that feature a design and branding that we’d best sum up with one word: loud.
Marketed as an immunity and wellness shot, Glide Immunity is a 2.5 oz USDA Organic shot that features oregano oil, ginger, honey, and citrus as its primary ingredients.
Seven Sparkling Water, which was created by the same folks behind Project 7, is a new entry into the explosive flavored sparkling water category.
When it comes to innovation, La Colombe has been on quite a tear over the past year. And with the introduction of their seasonal Peppermint Mocha, the trend continues.
Announced the Natural Expo East 2017 along with the product line’s name change, Legacy Juice Works’ line of high pressure processed (HPP) tart cherry juices includes products in both 8 oz. bottle and 2 oz. shot formats.
Après is a line of premium plant-based protein beverages that were designed specifically for “whole-body replenishment.”
Cacao juice is a drink that’s made from the fruit that surrounds the cacao (or “cocoa”) bean. The product is made with just this single ingredient and is, therefore, 100 percent juice.
RISE Brewing Co., a maker of nitro cold brew coffees, is back two new offerings: Nitro Blood Orange Coffee and a seasonal Nitro Lemonade Coffee.
Announced back in August, Genius Coconut Smoothie is a throwback to the company’s original product offering.
Continuing with the theme of limited edition flavors that started with their 20th anniversary flavor, launched back in 2015, GT’s Kombucha has recently released a 2017 Fall seasonal flavor called “Living in Gratitude.”
Poppilu is a line of all natural lemonades that is attempting to position itself as an antioxidant lemonade that’s “bold on citrus, not on sugar.”
Cascara beverages, which are made from the dried husk of the fruit that surrounds the coffee bean, are growing in number, although consumer adoption still seems very much at its infancy.