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Good2grow appeals to kids, parents through animated characters

March 10, 2014

“We know through all of our research … that a kid is not [just] a kid,” says Carl Sweat, chief marketing officer of In Zone Brands Inc., Atlanta.


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In Zone Brands rebrands as good2grow

New branding positions juice company to grow into other beverage categories
March 10, 2014

Growing up from its former TummyTickler and BellyWashers kids juice brands, In Zone Brands Inc., Atlanta, combined the sibling brands into one and rebranded them under the universal brand name good2grow. The result is a better-for-you juice brand that incorporates lessons learned from the company’s more than 12 years of experience in the market.


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Apple & Eve acquires The Switch sparkling juice brand

Acquisition supports juice company’s expansion into school nutrition channel
February 12, 2014

Port Washington, N.Y.-based Apple & Eve LLC acquired The Switch Beverage Co., a Darien, Conn.-based marketer of 100 percent sparkling juices. The acquisition supports Apple & Eve’s plans for growth and expansion in the school nutrition channel, the company says. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.


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Vbee! functional waters

August 2, 2013

New York Spring Water launched a line of zero-calorie, functional waters called Vbee!.


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Packaging opportunities

February 15, 2012
Packaging can be an important, yet difficult decision for beverage-makers. In this month’s category focus article about kids drinks, Sarah Theodore, global drinks analyst for Mintel Food & Drink, Chicago, notes that the kids market has been a little bit slow to embrace packaging innovation, but is starting to pick up steam. However, resealable pouch packages, the benefits of which include on-the-go convenience, have begun to catch on in the category, she says.
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Vegetable juices work behind the scenes

February 15, 2012
Children can get crafty when it comes to eating vegetables. They can push them around their plates to try to make it look like they’ve eaten more than they have; or they might hide them in their napkins or underneath other food. The last resort for most kids is actually eating the vegetables. However, manufacturers and parents alike are hoping that incentives and constant exposure to vegetables might help these picky eaters adapt.
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Children's drinks address growing concerns

Children’s drinks leverage natural, reduced sugar claims
February 13, 2012
When it comes to children’s nutrition, parents are faced with the challenge of finding products that meet their nutritional preferences, but also appeal to their children. But the challenge extends beyond parents and begins with the manufacturers. Beverage-makers are tasked with developing products to help bridge the gap between nutritional demands and pleasing taste profiles.
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Schools continue healthy focus

Beverages, packaging address school guidelines
September 12, 2011
Earlier this year, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) released its updated Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Some guidelines in reference to beverages include reducing intake of sugar-sweetened beverages, monitoring intake of 100 percent juice for children and adolescents, and consuming soy-fortified beverages.
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Packaging News - July 2011

July 11, 2011
Read about new releases from Trop50, Keystone Light, Bot and others.
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Adult design

July 11, 2011

Princeton, N.J.-based Bot Beverages LLC re-launched its enhanced water with new packaging designed to appeal to an adult audience. Formerly positioned as children’s beverages targeted to appeal to moms, Bot’s previous packaging had a white background that used a different color and character to represent each of the low-calorie flavored water varieties. The company has repackaged its existing Key Lime, Valencia Orange, Blue Plum, Mixed Berry, Meyer Lemon and Concord Grape varieties in 16.9-ounce packages featuring primary color blocking with a white dot pattern that is intended to appear modern, friendly and light, according to advertising and design agency TDA_Boulder, which completed the redesign. 


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International Pineapple Day at Bahama Breeze

In celebration of International Pineapple Day on April 2, Bahama Breeze locations across the country invited the media and consumers to celebrate with cocktails that feature the tropical flavor of the pineapple. (Photos by Liz Parker and Jennifer Haderspeck)

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