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The February 2014 Beverage Industry includes a cover story on Anheuser-Busch, as well as articles about organic beverages, coconut water, Blk. Beverages, and more. Check it out today!
Following steady performance in 2012, beer sales are proving to be a bright spot in the consumer packaged goods (CPG) market.
Although consumers might have classified coconut water as an “exotic” beverage in the past, it’s quickly becoming more mainstream.
Mobile apps and Web technology are making many daily tasks, such as grocery shopping, easier for consumers.
Flash back to elementary school when science teachers emphasized that while white was the presence of all colors because it reflects light, black is the absence of color because it absorbs light.
With thousands of articles about genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, hitting the wire last year, consumers quickly learned the meaning of the acronym.
The 2014 Nightclub & Bar Show, taking place March 24-26 in Las Vegas, will play host to more than 600 exhibitors, with more than 200 of them exhibiting at the show for the first time.
Following the soft launch of its NuAquos protein drink line, New Whey Nutrition redesigned the products’ labels in response to consumer insight.
February brings one of the most anticipated events of the sports year: the Super Bowl.
Palmer Wahl Instrumentation Group added a new precision digital pressure gauge to its portfolio of pressure products.
“Beer rangers” can’t be found in digital history books, but they can be found on their Ultrabook tablets, clicking their way across 30 states as they market the handcrafted wares of the New Belgium Brewing Co., based in Ft. Collins, Colo.
Although many people think of the automotive industry first when they hear the phrase “aftermarket parts,” almost every industry has some form of aftermarket presence, and the beverage industry is no exception, says Joseph Stroup, director of business development for FBN Inc., Plainwell, Mich.
Although SKU proliferation is nothing new to the beverage industry, the phenomenon still is causing many warehouses to explore different ways to accommodate these growing product lines.
Beverage Industry recently surveyed a sample of its readers to gain insight into the size and makeup of current delivery fleets, future vehicle purchase plans, as well as operational concerns and strategies.
Traditionally known for its skin-soothing benefits, aloe vera can be found in a multitude of consumer packaged goods (CPG) products, including tissues, soaps and lotions.
Schenectady, N.Y.-based DSM launched Fortitech Premixes, the company’s human nutrition and health custom nutrient premix service.
Games like Nintendo’s Brain Age and websites like lumosity.com can help users exercise their brains to keep them in tip-top shape while making cognitive training fun.
Sensient Colors hosted a trade media day at its St. Louis facility on Dec. 11, 2013, to showcase the company’s latest technologies and its recent facility expansion.
As technology continuously shows us, reducing the size and weight of products is a major market trend.
Last summer, Jones Soda Co. partnered with Chrysler Group LLC’s Fiat automobile brand to host a photo contest in which consumers could submit pictures of the new Fiat 500e for a chance to win the electric car as well as surf lessons with Jones-sponsored professional surfer Brianna Cope.
We’ve all heard the phrase, “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” So when confronted with historical flooding at its Lyons, Colo., distillery last year, Spirit Hound Distillers turned an unfortunate situation into a unique opportunity.
It’s no secret that the millennial generation is often associated with many of the digital trends out there. But recent research conducted by public relations firm Weber Shandwick and its research partner KRC Research is highlighting a specific segment of the demographic that digital marketers seem to be overlooking: millennial moms.