Although the eCommerce effect has presented a new dynamic for the retail market, the convenience store (c-store) channel has shown itself to be resilient. However, experts note that the channel still is navigating other consumer packaged goods (CPG) trends in order to meet the needs of today’s consumer.
It’s no secret that bottled water is one of the hottest beverage trends in the market. Market research firms have touted its growing market share and campaigns like first lady Michelle Obama’s Drink Up initiative is encouraging consumers to turn to the zero-calorie option.
The start of the 2015-2016 school year is just around the corner, and students between the ages of five and 18 will continue to find healthier beverages and snacks in vending machines, a la carte lines and school stores due to the Smart Snacks in School regulation enacted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) in July 2014.
Susan K. Neely, president and chief executive officer of the American Beverage Association (ABA), Washington, D.C., was recognized by the Washington Business Journal as one of this year’s 25 “Women Who Mean Business.” Neely is profiled in the Nov. 14 edition of the Washington Business Journal.
St. Arnold Brewing donates to animal welfare causes
October 16, 2014
To celebrate the launch of the “double-awesome combo” of Nestlé USA’s limited-edition Nestlé Nesquik Girl Scouts Caramel Coconut and Thin Mints flavors, the chocolate milk brand launched a Double Awesome Twitter Contest.
Program leverages street art to share healthy hydration message
February 10, 2014
Wat-aah!, a New York-based bottled water brand for kids, and its Founder and Chief Executive Officer Rose Cameron announce “Taking Back the Streets,” a national art campaign developed to further support the goal of Drink Up , an initiative of the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) and its honorary chair first lady Michelle Obama that encourages Americans to drink more water more often.
After kicking off her “Let’s Move” initiative in 2010 to lead children to healthier lifestyles, first lady Michelle Obama, as well as actress Eva Longoria, joined a new movement designed to encourage people of all ages to drink more water more often.