Research pinpoints opportunities to engage emerging consumer base
October 1, 2019
Boston-based Drizly released its first-ever study of how Americans shop for adult beverages, both in-store and online. The study found that digitally native Gen Z purchases alcohol from local liquor stores more often than their millennial, Gen X and baby boomer counterparts. Gen Z also ranks first when it comes to interest in drinking trends, suggesting that their purchasing behavior today could well be a benchmark for how beer, wine and spirits consumption will look tomorrow, the company says.
Line extension features plant-based drinks that support digestive health
September 30, 2019
Emeryville, Calif.-based REBBL announced the launch of Sparkling Prebiotic Tonics, a line of plant-based beverages with 6 grams of prebiotic fiber to support digestive health. The effervescent drinks boast flavor profiles like cold-brew cola and ginger turmeric, with only 6 to 8 grams of sugar in each bottle, according to the company.
Rosé wine is among of the most popular beverage trends in the U.S. market at this time, so it’s no wonder that the readers of Beverage Industry felt the need to give accolades to the latest brand to hit the market.
Known for its innovative plant-based beverages in distinctive curvy bottles, Los Angeles-based Califia Farms announced its latest plant-based innovation: shelf-stable Nitro Draft Lattes with Oatmilk in a can. The energy-boosting beverage joins the brand’s line of non-dairy Cold Brew Coffees with Almondmilk and Coconut Cream.
Purchase includes brand, inventory, winery, estate vineyard and tasting rooms
September 23, 2019
Vintage Wine Estates, Santa Rosa, Calif., announced the addition of Owen Roe, with locations in Yakima, Wash., (winery, vineyards and tasting room) and Willamette Valley, Ore., (tasting room) to its fine wine portfolio.
The January premiere issue of 2020 kicks off with the Bottler of the Year profile on Refreshment Services Inc. (RSI) Key West. Readers also can clue-in on the latest developments and insight in reusable packaging, tracking technology in distribution, and new, convenient ways antioxidants are shining as ingredients. Readers also can check out new product releases, the latest in packaging, and innovations in the supermarkets space. The year in beverage has much in store, so read up now!
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