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At the request of fans of A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” TV show, Duck Commander Family Foods and Chinook USA launched Uncle Si’s Iced Tea.
Third Street Inc. will launch nine new organic, Fair Trade, non-GMO iced teas and lemonades at Whole Foods Market stores nationwide in April.
At the request of fans of A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” TV show, West Monroe, La.-based Duck Commander Family Foods and Prospect, Ky.-based Chinook USA announced the launch of new Uncle Si’s Iced Tea.
Brisk, a brand managed by a joint venture between PepsiCo Inc. and Unilever USA, launched a new Half & Half product line.
Brisk, an iced tea brand of Purchase, N.Y.-based PepsiCo, announced the next phase of its Brisk Bodega platform, including a new marketing campaign — "Not Half Bad" — as a part of its efforts to better connect with its core consumer base. The new campaign is the result of ethnographic research on the demographic, which provided insights that Brisk has infused into all of its 2014 activations, according to the brand.
Taco Bell Corp., a subsidiary of Louisville, Ky.-based Yum! Brands Inc., announced that it has taken its PepsiCo partnership to the next level by introducing six new beverage offerings.
As the seasons change, fashion and tabloid magazines jump on the opportunity to highlight the latest fashion trends. In its latest white paper, Chicago-based Euromonitor International uses that same mentality for the beverage marketplace.
All-natural green tea brand Xingtea released its 14 flavors in smaller, 12-ounce cans from Ball Corp.
Smashburger, Denver, announced that it will carry Bethesda, Md.-based Honest Tea’s fresh-brewed organic iced teas at all of its restaurants nationwide. Each Smashburger location will brew a selection of iced teas from the independent operating unit of The Coca-Cola Co.