Bottled water, sparkling flavored water, energy and sports drinks, and ready-to-drink coffee have all made strong gains in the New Year as shoppers have continued to spurn carbonated soft drinks...
Placing a health warning label on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) may help parents better understand what overconsumption of these beverages may mean for their children, a recent study found.
Free-from coconut milk manufacturer Rebel Kitchen has acquired raw coconut water brand Unoco for an undisclosed amount, boosting its growth.
Aqua ViTea, a Vermont-based brewer of kombucha, will expand its brewing capabilities from 15,000 gallons to the possibility of 500,000 gallons with a move into a new facility.
DRY Sparkling just saw the first production of their latest Fuji Apple flavor run last week, which will be distributed nationwide at Target in April, the company told Beverage Daily.
Improved labeling on beverages may help consumers make healthier choices, according to a recent Australian study.
Health is reigning supreme in the beverage market in 2016, but are the right companies taking advantage of this consumer demand?
Beverage manufacturers Britvic and AG Barr have both reported revenue growth over the “competitive” festive period.
The Big Beverage Company has signed a licensing agreement with Cuipo Water and plans to launch a flavored and sparkling drink with the company at the end of the year.
Coca-Cola South Pacific has launched its 'Be More Fanta' marketing campaign, with a range of ‘fun and spontaneous selfie-inspiring packaging options’ to encourage activity on social media.
Brooklyn-based cold-pressed juice firm JÙS by Julie has scored an industry-first with the launch of a new cold brew coffee infused with probiotics in original and vanilla flavors.
Alkaline bottled-water company Essentia has announced two new distributors it has partnered up with to reach a wider audience.
A suggestion by India’s prime minister for all fizzy drinks to have at least 2% natural fruit juice content has baffled many beverage manufacturers.
With various emerging Asian markets now considering legislation or tighter regulation of sugar in soft drinks, one of the key issues of the regional beverage industry in 2016 might well...
Stevia is closing in on mainstream acceptance as a non-caloric sweetener, but the product will need additional innovation before it is fully accepted by consumers.
To be clear, Asarasi isn’t maple water (sap) and doesn’t claim to be. “Our mission is to redefine sources of pure water from renewable and sustainable resources,” a spokesperson said....
While stevia, a natural sweetener, is not yet widely known in the US, the product may benefit from consumers demanding healthier products.
A daily intake of sugary drinks can lead to high levels of visceral belly fat, according to a recent study from the American Heart Association.
Anellotech, a sustainable technology company has entered into the next phase of partnership with Suntory Holdings and will start construction on a testing facility (TCat-8), at the end of January.
Rejuvenation Water, a functional water enriched with amino acids, has launched in the UK and is targeting today’s busy, stressed, urban professionals.
Amcor Rigid Plastics has launched a business platform called UpStart to help emerging beverage companies in their small-volume production with custom PET bottles.
Xolution has closed a €45m equity investment round with Inventure Management, in Singapore, to fund production of its next generation XO2.0 resealable beverage can technology.
BillerudKorsnäs has acquired a 10% stake in Danish packaging company EcoXpac, to make a bottle made entirely out of paper.
What distinguishes the winners from the losers in the ultra-competitive beverages market?
DRY Sparkling, one of America’s fastest-growing soda brands, has been certified as non-GMO and will expand to larger stores this year.