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Paul Evers, Co-founder and CEO of RIFF, riffs about his award-winning cold brew RTD coffee line and Riff Energy+, a brand new plant-powered sparkling energy drink that's made using cascara, the dried skins of the coffee fruit that’s often discarded during the coffee harvest. Learn more about Riff’s sustainability mission and what the premium coffee company is doing to help coffee farmers and protect the planet.
Velcorin® and Nagardo® are leading microbial control agents that can assist you in switching your beverages from chilled chain to shelf-stable. The combination of these products can help with meeting market demands for more health-conscious beverages and more sustainable processing. These technologies do not have any sensory impact on beverages. Companies around the world are turning to Velcorin® and Nagardo® to improve the quality of their beverages and to stay competitive in the market.
Lou Iovoli and Anton Ali discuss sustainable packaging trends and options as more brands explore recyclability in the beverage market. Lou brings a customer perspective, while Anton discusses technical capabilities and new materials and substrates.
Converting to a lightweight neck and tethered closure system for PET beverage packages is an effective way to reduce your operating costs, achieve your sustainability goals and enhance your brand. Learn how to reinvent your complete package to save money, stay ahead of legislation and adapt to market needs.
Rob Willey, chief marketing officer at Cheribundi, which since 2004 has been specializing in the production of tart cherry juice, discusses the natural performance beverage brand’s newest product: Cheribundi Immunity.
Bill Oliver, co-founder of Oliver Winery & Vineyards, which is known for its fruit-forward wines like Cherry Moscato and Blueberry Moscato, shares what’s made the Bloomington, Ind.-based winery a go-to destination. The winery produces more than 40 varieties designed to please every palate, and a new bottling line will help meet the winery meet supply demand which stands at 900,000 cases.
Donae Burston, founder of La Fête du Rosé, shares the exciting news about the rosé label being the first brand invested in as part of Constellation Brands’ Focus on Minority Founders initiative, which plans to invest $100 million in Black, Latinx, and minority-owned businesses by 2030.