Lizzie Ward Roediger has been promoted to Chief Executive Officer for Sunshine Beverages, a fast-growing beverage company based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina that manufactures and sells better-for-you energy drinks and sparkling energy waters.
The new year has kicked off with several new launches and line extensions, as January’s new product gallery features Dirty Lemon’s first release in a year of new monthly SKUs, Coca-Cola’s foray into non-alcoholic adult beverages and several launches which suggest the CBD beverage trend will continue to surge forward in 2019.
Cheribundi doubles its store count with Walmart to expand its 32 oz multi-serve cherry juice chainwide; Ugly Drinks partners with Rainforest Distribution to continue New York expansion; Sunshine Beverages reformulates to reduce sugar and builds out Southeast retail presence; CELSIUS partners with Anheuser-Busch and PepsiCo distributors.
In this edition of People Moves, we report on major shakeups in the CEO positions at AQUAhydrate, Moonshine Sweet Tea and LIVE Soda. Also, Vive Organic hires a new director of marketing, Nestle Waters North America loses its chief sustainability officer, and Andrew Simpson joins Sunshine Beverages as VP of sales.
Sunshine delivers a non-jittery dose of caffeine in a lightly carbonated electrolyte drink with the crisp, refreshing flavors of ginger, blackberry and citrus. It is currently available in the U.S. in 60-calorie, 8.4-ounce units. Sunshine Beverages, LLC is headquartered in Winston-Salem, NC.
Winston-Salem, NC, December 08, 2013 –(PR.com)— Winston-Salem-based Sunshine Beverages, LLC has entered the functional beverage category with its launch of …
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