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In March, Numi Organic Tea will launch Numi Savory Teas containing organic vegetables, wild herbs, decaf tea and spices.
Martin Bauer Inc., Secaucus, N.J., is one of more than 30 companies worldwide operating under the umbrella of the Martin Bauer Group, a leading global manufacturer and supplier of teas, botanicals and extracts for the food, beverage and dietary supplement industries. Martin Bauer Inc., Secaucus, N.J., is one of more than 30 companies worldwide operating under the umbrella of the Martin Bauer Group, a leading global manufacturer and supplier of teas, botanicals and extracts for the food, beverage and dietary supplement industries.
Tea and ready-to-drink (RTD) tea achieved estimated sales of $6.7 billion this year, according to Chicago-based market research firm Mintel.
Starbucks Coffee Co., Seattle, has agreed to acquire Teavana Holdings Inc., Atlanta, for $620 million in cash.
Wild Flavors Inc. expanded its tea flavor blends portfolio with new Tropical Tulsi Tea, Yumberry Black Tea, Goji Berry Green Tea, Pear Mangosteen Rooibos Tea, Blueberry Lemonade Black Tea, Strawberry Lemonade Green Tea and Pomegranate Cherry Cinnamon White Tea offerings.
Reed’s Inc. launched Reed’s Culture Club Kombucha beverages, made from organic oolong and yerba mate teas that are brewed with spring water and a proprietary culture.
Numi Organic Tea launched its Indulgent Pu-erh Tea Collection, which includes four bags of each of the following organic Numi Pu-erh flavors: Emperor’s Pu-erh, Chocolate Pu-erh, Cardamom Pu-erh, Ginger Pu-erh, Jasmine Pu-erh and Basil-Mint.
Arizona Beverages USA LLC added a new Strawberry flavor to its Arnold Palmer Half & Half line.
Overnight Labels printed a new label for Jade Monk’s Stone Ground Matcha Green Tea Powder using flexography 175LPI, a printing process that uses a flexible relief palate to print on non-pourous substrates like food and beverage packaging.
Chicago-based Technomic Inc.’s Beverage Consumer Trend Report found that beverages sales could help restaurants to boost check averages.