Somatik, a cannabis cold brew coffee company, has finished its accelerator program with Gateway Works and founder Chris Schroeder now hopes to move into the recreational cannabis space as the edibles industry becomes more mainstream.
British soft drinks producer Britvic says there are still ‘huge opportunities’ for growth within the soft drinks category: notably in low/no calorie drinks, personalized drinks, and the convenience channel.
After years of struggling to balance energy drinks and sleep aids, Americans are beginning to turn to adaptogens in herbal teas to help meet and “harmonize” their bodies’ needs, according to the co-founder of Pukka, an herbal tea and supplement company.
Tea: a category full of innovation with new flavors and formats hitting the shelves around the world. We take a look at some of the new products launched so far this year, in both the loose leaf and RTD sectors.
The global ready-to-drink tea market reached 37 billion liters in 2016: up 40% since 2011. And F&B market consultancy Zenith Global predicts this impressive growth is set to continue with global consumption expected to reach 45 billion liters by 2021.
Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has launched a new citrus flavor for sugar-free Monster Energy Ultra, seeing a 32% rise in sales of low calorie energy drinks and a shift in interest away from traditional energy drink tastes.
By Zachari Turgeon and Matthew Dahabieh, Renaissance BioScience Corp.
Yeast, the humblest and most fundamental of beer ingredients, is back in the spotlight and ready to play a starring role in the new world of beer, write Zachari Turgeon and Matthew Dahabieh of Renaissance BioScience Corp.