Single-cup coffee is playing an increasingly larger role in retail coffee sales. Single-cup sales growth comprised 74 percent of retail coffee sales growth of $761 million, according to Rockville, Md.-based Packaged Facts.
Food and beverage markets comprise majority of demand
March 8, 2016
According to Cleveland-based The Freedonia Group, demand for pouches in the United States will grow 4.4 percent a year through 2020 to $10.1 billion,primarily driven by the introduction of pouch packaging into new markets and the integration of high-value features, such as re-sealable closures and spouts, in more mature markets.
In response to consumers' growing demand for more premium beverages with protein, various flavors and on-trend ingredients, Bolthouse Farms, a subsidiary of Camden, N.J.-based Campbell Soup Co., announced its new 2016 spring beverage innovations that will launch under the Bolthouse Farms and 1915 Bolthouse Farms brand names, the company says.
Ramsey, N.J.-based Cascadia Managing Brands, a food and beverage brand management and consulting firm, has entered into a strategic alliance with New York-based BeyondBrands, a new conscious products collective founded by Eric Schnell and Marci Zaroff.
Los Angeles-based CORE Nutrition, purveyors of CORE Hydration premium bottled water, announced its major market rollout of its newest innovation, CORE Organic, a USDA Certified, organic fruit-infused beverage with antioxidants and 5 calories in each serving.
Coca-Cola United makes $67 million investment in Chattanooga
March 3, 2016
Chattanooga Coca-Cola Bottling Co., a division of Birmingham, Ala.-based Coca-Cola Bottling Co. United Inc. (Coca-Cola United), announced the official grand opening of its new 296,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility on Shepherd Road in Chattanooga, Tenn.