Rooibee Red Tea Company, a USDA Certified Organicrooibos tea beverage company, announced today that it is partnering with Lipman Brothers Distribution in Nashville, Tennessee to bring their wellness-in-a-bottle beverages to 74 counties across the state.
The Newport, Ky.-based company is switching from 12 oz. to a 16 oz. plastic bottle featuring an updated logo, a move CEO David Salmon says will help the brand to better reflect consumer preferences within the RTD tea market.
Howell, who joined Roobiee Red Tea as its chief executive officer in 2010, has left the company to become the director of innovation for spirits giant Brown-Forman. Meanwhile, longtime beverage veteran Bill Meissner, most recently the president and CEO capsule-based coffee company Tazza Pronto, has joined Rooibee’s board of directors,
The Louisville-based organic tea makers announced the news Wednesday in a company press release, revealing that the final $500,000 of their yearlong Series A2 fundraising round came from equity-based crowdfunding platform CircleUp.
The latest in distribution news features brands opening new territory on opposite coasts, with Las Vegas-based Xyience heading east while Sipp Sparkling Organics, which operates in Philadelphia, is expanding out west.
Families looking for a less sugary beverage option for kids can now purchase Rooibee Roo at all Fresh & Easy neighborhood markets in California, Arizona and Nevada and every Earth Fare stores in the South and Midwest. Houston and Dallas, Texas Kroger locations will also offer the new line of bottle rooibos tea for kids by the end of this summer.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Shoppers across the country who want a great tasting, healthy beverage have more opportunities to pick up a bottle of Rooibee Red Tea. Rooibee Red Tea expanded their presence in Whole Foods stores on the east coast including Pennsylvania, Maryland and Washington D.C. at the start of 2014. Chief Operating Officer Mike Fulkerson also announced a new partnership with Publix in states …
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Rooibee Red Tea won over thousands of Google workers becoming one of only 13 new products now permanently available at the company’s California headquarters. Google invited C “Tea”O Heather Howell and National Sales Director Mike Fulkerson to its annual Micro-Kitchens Fair in September where employees sampled 100 different foods and beverages. They then voted on their favorites for permanent availability at the …