Based on internal research that found approximately one-third of coffee consumers have an aversion to stevia, High Brew has removed the zero-calorie sweetener from three of its products.
The product marks the first time a ready-to-drink innovation was developed from on-premise experimentation at the company’s cafes.
Following a successful raise in 2016, Black Medicine is going for a second round of funding via equity-based crowdsourcing site CircleUp, a platform that netted the cold brew coffee maker $1 million last year.
San Francisco-based Ritual Coffee Roasters team with Somatik for a THC-infused cold brew coffee, a California lawmaker wants plastic caps tethered to bottles to reduce environmental damage, Whole Foods announces it will close nine stores, and Hint Water CEO Kara Goldin quits NACIE.
In an interview at the 2017 Winter Fancy Food Show, Fogdog founder Alex Siow discussed the company’s new, patent-pending technology, which it terms as “hydrodynamic cold brew.”
Over the course of the 2017 Winter Fancy Food Show, we encountered a broad array of new brands, design revamps and line extensions, all of which are included in this photo gallery.
Probiotics are on the rise, exciting new innovations are coming to cold brew, and tea is introducing some new ideas of its own. The 2017 Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco was an exciting start to the beverage industry's new year.
Secret Squirrel cold brew enters 380 West Coast Target stores, Andrews Distributing parts ways with Red Bull and Moonshine Sweet Tea moves into Harris Teeter stores in the Southeast.
DRINK is a first of its kind non-alcoholic beverage bar located inside the American Eagle Outfitters in Times Square, New York City. Funded by venture capital firm Cleveland Avenue, the bar stocks 20 different small craft beverage brands from nearly every category in the industry.
Cold brew coffee is one of the fastest-growing segments in the beverage industry and surging demand has attracted hundreds of new brands to the market. Despite a crowded field, New York City-based Rise Brewing Co. believes its nitro-infused cans and kegs -- and a penchant for experimentation -- will help it rise above the rest.
After a year spent building relationships with retailers nationwide and preparing to significantly ramp up production, January represents a major milestone for the Philadelphia-based coffee brand.
While we really enjoy what Wandering Bear has done with its bag-in-box packaging, the company's latest offering, a Peppermint Mocha seasonal variety launched in 2017, shows that it has the ability to create some tasty flavors as well.