As beverage-makers develop new offerings to meet a growing number of consumer need states and drinking occasions, contract packaging and manufacturing is becoming a go-to solution for many brand owners.
Dairy-based energy drink product primarily available on East Coast, Canada and Caribbean Islands
December 7, 2016
Brynwood Partners VII LP, Greenwich, Conn., announced that its majority-owned portfolio company, Harvest Hill Beverage Co., has reached an agreement to acquire the Nutrament business from Nestlé HealthCare Nutrition Inc.
Celsius Holdings Inc., Boca Raton, Fla., manufacturer of the dietary supplement brand CELSIUS, announced an expansion in the Asian market in partnership with the Hong Kong-based A.S. Watson Group (ASW).
I Don’t Get Tired – Pineapple now available in select stores
November 16, 2016
Multi-Platinum recording artist Kevin Gates unveiled a new flavor in his I Don’t Get Tired (#IDGT) line of energy drinks: I Don’t Get Tired Pineapple. The new pineapple flavor, which was developed by Gates, has been shipped to select distributors and now is available in select stores and online, he says.
When it comes to consumer packaged goods (CPGs), consumers are faced with myriad choices. There are beverages designed to fuel their bodies before a big game, give them energy to power through busy days or to simply help boost immunity.
Forty-four percent of consumers are visiting convenience (C-stores) stores more often — and half say they are visiting significantly more often than they did just two years ago, according to Chicago-based Datassential, which surveyed 1,000 consumers and 150 operators for its June “C-Store Keynote Report.” While visiting C-stores, these consumers also are buying more prepared food and beverages, the report notes.