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The December 2013 Beverage Industry includes a cover story on seasonal craft beer, as well as articles about Innovations of the Year, the best packages of 2013, and private label beverages. Check it out today!
Of the more than 100 beer styles defined by the Boulder, Colo.-based Brewer’s Association (BA), seasonal craft beers tend to be the most popular, according to analysts.
In the technology world, one of the first things that might come to people’s minds when they hear the word “innovation” is Apple.
In its more than 140-year history in the beverage marketplace, White Rock Beverages has gone through its own evolution.
Following years of growth, total consumption of private-label products has softened as of late, says Harry Balzer, chief industry analyst for The NPD Group, Port Washington, N.Y.
What does it take to make a great package? According to Beverage Industry’s Best Packages of 2013 survey, emotional appeal, form and function, and a custom shape can give brands a leg up in the competitive beverage marketplace.
We’ve all faced that moment of anxiety when you attempt to correctly pronounce a word you’ve never seen or said before.
Choosing a craft beer from the wide range of brands and styles available can be difficult for the uninitiated consumer, experts note.
Verst Group Logistics offers one-source shrink-sleeve contract decorating for consumer packaged goods brands.
Paxton Products’ new Ionized Air System can be used to remove particulates, dust and contaminants from surfaces by using its powerful ionization capabilities coupled with Paxton’s centrifugal blowers and air delivery systems.
As beverage-makers continue to expand their brands with new variations and launch new products into the marketplace, lab testing equipment retains its ever-important role in the industry.
Tires, by a wide margin, are the top maintenance cost for most beverage fleets. Containing these costs requires frequent, thorough inspections and diligently maintaining proper tire pressure to prevent a tire’s early demise.
In the CBS drama “The Mentalist,” consultant Patrick Jane surveys the crime scene looking for clues that others might have overlooked. But the pesky former psychic also seems to be on the hunt for more at every crime scene: a cup of tea.
Biocatalysts Ltd. added Promod 782MDP to its Promod range of enzymes, which are used for the modification and hydrolysis of food proteins.
Pyure Brands launched a commercial-grade U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) certified organic and Non-GMO Project verified erythritol as a healthy alternative to sugar, high-fructose corn syrup and artificial sweeteners.
DSM Nutritional Products released life’sOmega 60, a high-potency vegetarian DHA and EPA omega-3 oil developed from a sustainable algal source.
Terry Laboratories added NaturLock System Aloe Vera Gel Decolorized 1X, NaturLock System Aloe Vera Gel Regular 1X, and NaturLock System Spray Dried Aloe Vera Gel Powder 200X to its portfolio.
Rocket Products Inc. launched its new Standard line of Lemonade, Orange and Fruit Punch beverage concentrates that have a 45-day shelf life without any additional preservatives.
Autocrat LLC, Lincoln, R.I., launched a new Food and Beverage Solutions Center in the greater Boston area.
The existence of daily, weekly, monthly and even fashionable pill-organizing containers is enough to prove that taking multiple pills a day has become routine for many consumers.
All-natural green tea brand Xingtea released its 14 flavors in smaller, 12-ounce cans from Ball Corp.
Social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter have made it clear that millennials and generation Z have a unique openness to the world around them.
It’s no secret that the customization trend is spreading like wildfire throughout the beverage industry. Beverage-makers are developing products to serve not just the broad public anymore but also the more niche demographics.