Kona Deep has secured a $5.5m investment from Danone Manifesto Ventures, Grand Crossing Capital, and local Hawaiian investors: which the premium water brand will put towards expanding US distribution as well as ramping up consumer education and marketing...
Sparkling water brand SodaStream has introduced Fruit Drops - a range of bottled flavor essences - in US brick & mortar retailers, as the company aims to make sparkling water part of consumers' daily routines.
Consumer awareness of probiotics and their functional health benefits continues to grow with 79% of them saying they would prefer to consume probiotics in food and beverage products rather than supplements, Ganeden’s 2017 SSI Consumers Survey found.
Functional and fortified beverages were the best performers in US health and wellness beverages in 2016, with strong continued growth testament to consumers’ interest in the category. Meanwhile, the sustained growth of energy and sports drinks – which...
SodaStream, maker of at-home sparkling water machines, has become an advocate for cutting down plastic bottle waste within the beverage industry, a message the brand’s VP of global marketing Itai Bichler believes resonates with many consumers.
Bottled water volume sales are seeing continued strong growth, driven by consumers' search for alternatives to sugary drinks. And these trends are benefiting the flavored water category, according to Comax Flavors.
Nearly half of all consumers class low-sugar or sugar-free products as “extremely” or “very” important when deciding what to eat or drink with similar results for products free from genetically modified (GMO) ingredients.
Slashing the energy content of sugary drinks by a third could save more than 150,000 Australian lives that come to a premature end and $8 billion in health costs, said a new report by The George Institute for Global Health.
A levy on sugar-sweetened drinks in Jamie’s Italian restaurants in the UK is likely to have contributed to a ‘significant decline in SSB sales’, according to a study published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health.