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Coney Island Barrel-Aged Human Blockhead lager

Shmaltz Brewing Co. launched Coney Island Barrel-Aged Human Blockhead lager. With 10 percent alcohol by volume, the Imperial American Bock was aged for more than five months in first-use Buffalo Trace Kentucky straight bourbon barrels.


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Fresh 4 flavored water

Fresh Corp. launched Fresh 4 flavored waters, which contain mint and menthol natural flavors to help freshen breath with a cool and tingling sensation, the company says.


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Made Lemonade

Made Drinks Co. added Made Lemonade to its portfolio of green teas and organic fruit juice beverages. Made Lemonade uses fresh lemon juice squeezed from organic lemons and is sweetened with organic cane sugar.
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LaCroix Sparkling Water Coconut

Sundance Beverage Co., a subsidiary of the National Beverage Corp., launched its eighth LaCroix Sparkling Water flavor: Coconut. The beverage is all-natural, caffeine-free, calorie-free and sugar-free.
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Drambuie 15

Designed to appeal to malt whisky drinkers, Bacardi-owned Drambuie Liqueur Co.launched Drambuie 15, a refined, drier version of Drambuie whisky. Drambuie 15 features a citrus lemongrass flavor with warming malty notes of butterscotch, berries and heather with a finish of shortbread and fresh herbs.
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28Black and 28White

After launching acai-infused energy drinks 28Black and 28White in Germany in 2008, Calidris 28 AG has launched the products in the United States. 28Black and 28White are lightly carbonated, all-natural and do not include taurine, artificial flavors or preservatives. 


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Seagram’s Smooth

North American Breweries introduced Seagram’s Smooth in response to consumer feedback regarding the quality and taste of current flavored malt beverages (FMB) in the market, the company says.


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Chantea

Developed by Gourmetti Brands, Chantea is a line of ready-to-drink teas made from green tea leaves and aloe vera pulp.


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Odwalla Super Protein Mango

The Coca-Cola Co.’s wholly-owned subsidiary Odwalla introduced a non-dairy, mango-flavored smoothie that delivers 20 grams of soy protein in one 12-ounce bottle.


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Kill Cliff Endurance & Recovery drink

Created by a former U.S. Navy SEAL, Kill Cliff Endurance & Recovery drinks were designed to reduce inflammation, thus increasing performance and speeding up recovery time, the company says.


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Top Beverage Flavors of 2014

Traditional flavors make up a large portion of beverage-makers’ selections, but tropical and exotic ones aren’t trailing too far behind. That’s according to research by BNP Media’s Market Research Division for Beverage Industry’s 2014 Product Development Outlook survey. Also see what's anticipated for top-selling flavors of 2015.

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A Healthy Future: Analyzing the latest health and wellness trends in the beverage market

The beverage marketplace continues to evolve to meet new trends and regulations. Our expert speakers will share with you their insight on what health and wellness topics will be paramount for the future success in the beverage industry.

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Gert van Manen, president of iTi Tropicals Inc., shares his insights on the U.S. coconut water market. Citing research from Krueger Food Laboratories, he also supplies information highlighting the difference between products that declare their added sugars and those that do not.

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BI January 2015 cover

2015 January

The January 2015 Beverage Industry includes a cover story on our bottler of the year, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Luverne, as well as articles about juice drinks, the 2015 New Product Development Outlook, and more. Check it out today!

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Flavors

What anticipated top-selling flavor do you think will be the most successful in 2015?
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Cleaning-in-Place: Dairy, Food and Beverage Operations, 3rd Edition

This book addresses the principles of cleaning operations, water supply issues and the science of detergents and disinfectants.

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