Company remains committed to purpose through Coca-Cola Foundation
July 21, 2020
The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, reported second quarter 2020 results and provided an update on strategic actions that are positioning the system to emerge stronger from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The Coca-Cola system remained agile in the second quarter, with a focus on maintaining a safe environment for employees while also providing necessary products and services to consumers, customers and communities during this unprecedented time, the company says.
Portion of profits from beverages will support farmers
July 20, 2020
Chipotle Mexican Grill, Newport Beach, Calif., announced it will serve new non-GMO and certified organic lemonades, aguas frescas and tea from farmer-created Tractor Beverage Co. at participating locations.
No app, account needed to use mobile technology, company says
July 13, 2020
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to reshape the world around us and shift consumer behavior, The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, is rolling out a new pouring option to meet consumer needs with its latest Coca-Cola Freestyle technology innovation — contactless, mobile pouring from a smartphone.
In May, cocktail book authors Misty Kalkofen and Kirsten Amann launched their new podcast, “Drinking Like Ladies in Crisis.” Guests include restaurant owner-operators, mental health clinicians, policy-makers and homeschool educators.
Foodservice chain shares progress on key sustainability initiatives
May 12, 2020
As Canton, Mass.-based Dunkin’ continues to navigate the COVID-19 health crisis, the brand has simultaneously continued to advance key sustainability initiatives to responsibly serve both people and the planet. Dunkin’ announced that 100 percent of its restaurants globally have transitioned from polystyrene foam cups to paper cups, meeting the timetable established by the brand two years ago.
Mobile ordering being encouraged by foodservice outlet
March 17, 2020
As part of Canton, Mass.-based Dunkin's ongoing efforts to protect customers and restaurant employees in light of the COVID-19 health crisis, all U.S. restaurants are limiting service to drive-thru ordering, carryout, and delivery only. These restrictions took effect March 17.
Beverage Industry’s December issue highlights five beverages brands that are “shooting for the moon” in terms of innovation. Also in this issue, we spotlight the premiumization of the private-label beverage market, the latest trends impacting the use of tea ingredients in beverages, the growth of beverage sales in the eCommerce platform, and much more!