Coca-Cola China is banking on the popularity of digital e-commerce in the country to introduce its second local sports drink BodyArmor to consumers via its Tmall store, along with other products only found in other global markets thus far.
AB InBev is launching Mike’s Hard Sparkling Water in the UK. “We’ve seen how quickly the alcoholic sparkling water market has grown in the US, and we believe now is the time to bring the trend to the UK,” says the brand.
The low and no alcohol category is still very young: and as a result brand loyalty is weak. The challenge for brands is to attract and maintain consumers: but there's also an opportunity to build brand loyalty and become a defining brand in the category....
Consumer interest in the low and no alcohol category is growing: and this is illustrated by a rise in social media conversations which have risen by more than 80%, according to US consumer analytics company Social Standards.
India’s economy is shifting to a strong middle class, giving rise to more premium, ethical and personalized products. Beverage brands are adapting to these trends similar to what’s popular in Western markets.
Docklight Brands is on its way to having a complete portfolio of CBD brands, including several beverages, edibles and skincare topicals. CEO Damian Marano is trying to cross categories and be the first total consumer products company in CBD.
Coffee brands have leaned into the cold brew trend in recent years: offering canned nitro cold brew, pre-mixed lattes and other versions of chilled RTD coffee. But consumers still haven’t abandoned their indulgent drinks.
After years of Coors Light popping up on the social media pages of the Jonas Brothers, MillerCoors has made the relationship official. Limited edition Jonas Brothers Coors Light will launch next month.