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The Skinnygirl brand has entered another new beverage segment with the announcement of its new, low-calorie Skinnygirl Water Enhancers.
Northfield, Ill.-based Kraft Foods Group released its 2014 Innovations Hot List infographic. The infographic details trends and new products from the company including the new Mio Energy Acai Berry Storm and Tropical Fusion flavors.
The Coca-Cola Co. introduced Minute Maid Drops made with real fruit juice.
Wisdom Natural Brands added to its stevia portfolio with a new line of SweetLeaf Sweet Drops liquid water enhancers.
Redco Foods Inc. stepped into the liquid concentrates segment with its Red Rose brand.
AriZona Beverages, Brooklyn, N.Y., launched Water Enhancers, a line of liquid concentrates in on-the-go squeeze bottles. The zero-calorie Water Enhancers allow consumers to customize their still or sparkling waters by adding one of the company’s seven most popular flavors: Lemon Tea, Mucho Mango, Fruit Punch, Peach Green Tea, Arnold Palmer Half & Half, Arnold Palmer Strawberry and Golden Bear Strawberry Lemonade.
Purchase, N.Y.-based PepsiCo extended its Aquafina brand with Aquafina FlavorSplash sparkling waters and liquid concentrates. These new zero-calorie products were designed to provide great-tasting, better-for-you beverage options for teens and parents, the company says.
Nestlé Waters North America, Stamford, Conn., took its first step into the liquid concentrate segment by launching Nestea Liquid Water Enhancers exclusively in Target stores this month.
Whether it’s because of private label’s added value or perceptions of comparable quality to name brands, consumers have found favor with private label consumer packaged goods (CPGs).
Whether it’s low-calorie varieties, energy-boosting ingredients or popular flavor trends, the drink mix category has seen a wave of innovations that help it remain competitive in the beverage marketplace.