Sail Away's cold brew coffee is currently available in two varieties: Unsweetened and Sweetened. The products, which are processed with sterile filtration and require refrigeration, are produced using a 24-hour cold-brewing process. The result is something that’s extremely smooth.
In discussing the deal with BevNET, analysts and experts in the organic grocery space noted that while the deal was ostensibly about freeing Danone to secure the bigger prize of acquiring WhiteWave, it also affirms the long-term value of a strong organic brand.
Founded in 2014, Evy Tea’s ready-to-drink line is now available in roughly 500 stores throughout the Northeast, and Chen said she wants to dominate the region before expanding further. The company is currently in serious talks with several top beverage distributors.
Kohana has had a reinventive year so far, hiring a new sales team, announcing an ambitious innovation pipeline, and a breaking ground on an expanded production facility expansion that will allow the cold brew coffee makers to produce its ready-to-drink coffees in-house with enough extra canning and retort space to rent out capacity to an outside co-packer.
Three former employees have sued the company and its recently departed founder and CEO, Ben Weiss, for allegedly cheating them out of the fair market value of their ownership stakes in the company ahead of its $1.7 billion sale to Dr Pepper Snapple (DPS) last November.
“Swizzle” is a carbonated version of Up Mountain's original non-carbonated switchel. It has all of the same key flavor attributes: tang from the apple cider vinegar, sweetness from the maple syrup, and a decent amount of spice from the added ginger.
The San Diego-based brand will unveil a four-SKU line of organic kombucha at Costco stores in three regions later this month, with a broader launch in natural and conventional grocery channels set to commence this fall.
This week’s episode of the Taste Radio podcast includes a feature conversation with Alex Galindez, a veteran marketing executive in the food, beverage and media industries who leads guayusa-based beverage company Runa.
After several months teasing that the brand would soon be available in retail outlets, Soylent today announced that it will be making its brick-and-mortar debut this month at 18 7-Eleven locations in Greater Los Angeles.
In an interview at the recently held 2017 Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City, Graham Fortgang, co-founder of MatchaBar, explained that the company’s cafes in Manhattan and Los Angeles act as a “huggable billboards” for the brand’s RTD drinks as well as incubators for innovative ideas.
At the 2017 Summer Fancy Food Show in June, BevNET spoke with five early-stage beverage brands, each of which market innovative concepts for packaged drinks and unique takes on emerging beverage categories.
A Cook County, Ill. judge moves to delay the implementation of the county's tax on sugary beverages, a class member objects to the terms of the GT's Kombucha-Whole Foods lawsuit settlement, and Southern Glazer's Wine and Spirits faces allegations of fraud.
Limitless is a company that produces both cold brew coffee and matcha, but here we’re starting with its flagship line of ready-to-drink cold brew coffee beverages.
As consumers continue to seek convenience, nutrition, and satiation from their beverages, drinkable soup and yogurt brands are seeing opportunity in marketing their products as meal replacement drinks or in-between meal snacks.