New lines are zero-calorie, available in select markets in US
June 30, 2016
Culver City, Calif.-based Zevia, the zero-calorie, naturally sweetened soda brand, announced the addition of two new product lines to its portfolio: Energy and Sparkling Water. The new lines will complement the brand's existing share of the natural zero-calorie soda market in the United States, the company says.
Angry Orchard, a brand of Boston-based The Boston Beer Co., announced the release of a new year-round specialty hard cider: Walden Hollow. It is the first cider from Angry Orchard to be exclusively made with apple varieties from New York State, including varieties from last year's harvest at the Angry Orchard in New York's Hudson Valley and heirloom apples from other local orchards, the company says.
Ramsey, N.J.-based Cascadia Managing Brands, a food and beverage brand management and consulting firm, has entered into a strategic alliance with New York-based BeyondBrands, a new conscious products collective founded by Eric Schnell and Marci Zaroff.
This past year, Americans finally got a chance to see whether any the 2015 references in “Back to the Future Part II” would come true. Although the Chicago Cubs attempted to make the World Series prediction a reality, they fell short.
The Coca-Cola Co., PepsiCo, Mike's Hard Lemonade representatives among keynote speakers
April 15, 2015
The Beverage Forum, the only global all-beverage executive conference presented by Beverage Marketing Corporation, New York, and Beverage Industry, a publication of Troy, Mich.-based BNP Media, will celebrate its 22nd year April 21-22 at The Drake Hotel, Chicago.
Blue Moon Brewing Co., a Golden, Colo.-based operating unit of MillerCoor’s Tenth and Blake Brewing Co., is celebrating its 20th anniversary with the planning of a new brewery that is scheduled to open in 2016.
If the groundhog’s ability to predict the end of winter held true on an annual basis, it would make planning the last six weeks of winter much easier for many people. Although not as temperamental as the weather, many beverage-makers probably wish they had an ability to see into the beverage market future to predict the latest trends.
Although the common business adage “The customer is always right” might not apply to all businesses, some beverage brands are collecting consumer insights to help guide their new product development. In fact, one beverage manufacturer exclusively uses consumer feedback to create its products.
The June 2016 issue of Beverage Industry includes a cover story on Kalil Bottling, as well as articles about premium and specialty teas, the Top 100 Beverage Companies of 2015, and Alacran Tequila. Check it out today!