Brands ask consumers to help provide more than 1 million meals
May 2, 2017
Gold Peak Tea, a brand of Atlanta-based The Coca-Cola Co., and Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, are asking consumers to help provide more than 1 million meals to families in need.
For those looking for a quick boost of energy and want to avoid calories, pureLYFT, in the form of an all-natural, easy-to-use stir stick, delivers a single serving of 125 mg of clean caffeine when added to a beverage, the company says.
Neely named 2017 Trade Association CEO of the Year
April 6, 2017
CEO Update has named Susan K. Neely, president and chief executive officer (CEO) of the Washington, D.C.-based American Beverage Association (ABA), the 2017 Trade Association CEO of the Year, an annual award recognizing outstanding trade association executives. Neely received the award for her forward-thinking leadership as the head of the ABA and her dedication and service to the wider association community, the company says.
Beverage brands make up Top 3 for food and beverage category
April 4, 2017
Chicago-based Information Resources Inc. (IRI) announced last year’s most successful consumer packaged goods (CPG) launches in its 2016 New Product Pacesetters report, an industry-recognized benchmark analysis of exceptional first-year CPG sales success for newly launched products.
New single-origin coffee hails from Chiapas region of Mexico
April 4, 2017
7-Eleven Inc., Plano, Texas, introduced its second single-origin coffee. Hailing from the Chiapas region of Mexico, the sustainable, premium coffee is Rainforest Alliance Certified and exclusively available at participating 7-Eleven stores. Last fall, the convenience store retailer introduced its first single-origin coffee, which is sourced from Nicaragua.