Harmless Harvest, the organic coconut water industry pioneer, is kicking off a bold new ad campaign that deliberately points out what differentiates them - flipping the switch to prove why some of its perceived criticisms are actually the brand’s strongest assets.
Natural product brands and manufacturers of all sizes and types came from across the country to Baltimore, Md., last week for Natural Products Expo East 2017. From subtle product updates to category-disrupting innovations, this year’s expo, held Sept. 13-16 at the Baltimore Convention Center, gave attendees a chance to see and experience the latest developments in beverage firsthand
Harmless Harvest's recently appointed CEO, Gianella Alvarez, addressed the issue in a statement published on Harmless Harvest's website, saying the company is currently working alongside "FDA regulators, other oversight agencies and expert consultants" to make "process enhancements" that will ensure compliance with the FDA's regulatory regulations.
Expanding upon a commitment to sell food items made without artificial ingredients, Panera Bread today announced plans to add offerings from Blueprint, Harmless Harvest and Joia to its bottled beverage lineup.
BevNET recently spoke with Harmless Harvest co-founder Justin Guilbert to discuss in further detail why the company removed "100% Raw" and "Never Heated" from its labels and also addressed several questions as to whether external pressures, litigation and/or an updated formulation played a role in the updated positioning.
San Francisco, CA. Fresh off the heels of launching the first ever 100% Raw Tea, Harmless Harvest and Whole Foods Market are releasing a limited time offering for the holidays. This seasonal recipe blends therapeutic levels of organic cinnamon and clove extracts using the wildly popular 100% Raw & Organic Coconut Water as a base. With some extra bite and fragrant warmth accentuating the signature …
Although the use of HPP has been limited to a handful of beverages in the juice and coconut water categories, the processing method -- which uses pressure instead of heat to make a raw product safe to consume -- has for the first time been employed in a tea drink. And, unsurprisingly, it's the restless folks at Harmless Harvest, which helped pioneer the use of HPP in beverages, who are behind it.