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.
Sonic Drive-In, Oklahoma City, Okla., introduced Frozen Sweet Teas as part of its Ultimate Iced Tea Stop. Its new lineup of frozen drinks will be joined by three new flavors of iced tea: Wildberry, Black Cherry and Pomegranate Hibiscus.
Although a tidal wave of new flavors have been flooding the market, staple flavors, like citrus, have held their ground, according to experts. The two most popular citrus options, lemon and orange, remain solid competitors against newer fruit entrants in the market.
Enhanced-water brand celebrates 21st birthday with #SOBENotSorry campaign
August 8, 2016
Sobe, a brand of Purchase, N.Y.-based PepsiCo Inc., is turning 21 this year and launched the #SOBENotSorry campaign as part of its celebration. The brand also released two new flavors: Midnight Mojito (Blackberry Mojito) and En Fuego (Spicy Limeade).
The saying goes that variety is the spice of life. When it comes to foodservice menus, no truer words can be said. Whether it’s better-for-you or indulgent trends, beverage menus are being retooled to accommodate drinks that fit these molds, and The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, wants to make sure it is working with its foodservice partners to develop all kinds of specialty beverage solutions.
For the past several years, the beverage industry has faced an evolution in consumer demand. A consumer drive toward maintaining overall health and wellness has impacted several categories, particularly carbonated soft drinks (CSDs).