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.
Despite seeing significant growth during the 2010-2015 timeframe, the dairy and dairy alternatives category has seen a deceleration in growth, according to experts. Although the growth will be at a slower pace, the category still is expected to continue gaining share in the beverage market going forward.
When Greg Steltenpohl founded Los Angeles-based Califia Farms LLC in 2010, producing nitrogen-infused and cold-brew coffees was not yet on his radar. Best known for its premium plant-based almond milks that are packaged in iconic hourglass-shaped carafes, Califia Farms’ portfolio has grown to include more than 60 SKUs, including a variety of almond milks, coffee creamers as well as a line of specialty citrus juices. Yet, its ready-to-drink (RTD) cold-brew coffees and coffee concentrates have provided extensive reach into the coffee category.
+Red Elixir LLC now offers its self-titled functional beverage, which is designed to recharge, extend and defend the physical body’s response, while increasing the body’s natural performance, the company says.
It’s October, which is by far the best sports month of the year in my opinion. Baseball playoffs are in full swing, the weekends are packed with collegiate and professional football games, and basketball and hockey start off their seasons. If you are like my husband and I, getting family and friends together for sporting events is a common weekend activity. Although we enjoy having people at our home or going to their homes, once in a while, it is nice to watch games at restaurant or sports bar among so many other sports fans.
Nutritional beverage designed to be low in FODMAPs
October 4, 2016
Nestlé Health Science, a wholly owned subsidiary of Glendale, Calif.-based Nestlé USA, introduced ProNourish, a product specifically designed and marketed to be low in fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols (FODMAPs) for people with digestive sensitivities, the company says.