The Gen Z-oriented coffee brand Chamberlain Coffee released Salted Caramel and Mocha oatmilk lattes last month to “appeal to those that like a sweeter coffee and prefer oats as their top choice of milk,” Christopher Gallant, CEO, told FoodNavigator-USA.
STōK Cold Brew is tapping into the growing trend of at-home coffee shop experience with limited-time-offering flavors, as Danone North America makes the brand a crucial part of its growth strategy, company VP of ready-to-drink beverages Brittney Polka...
Keurig Dr Pepper and La Colombe have announced a strategic partnership: including a long-term sales and distribution agreement for La Colombe ready-to-drink coffee and a long-term licensing, manufacturing and distribution agreement for La Colombe branded...
Danone North America will invest up to $65m over the next two years to create a new bottle production line in Jacksonville, Florida: allowing the company to boost production of its RTD coffee brand SToK along with plant-based creamers.
Gen Z consumers are more likely to drink RTD coffee than hot coffee – and as brands respond, the category is expanding and developing. We explore what’s trending in RTD coffee – and where the category could go next.
Private labeler Westrock Coffee expects to triple its profitability over the next three years as it aggressively builds out its flavors, extractions and ingredients business and finishes renovating what will be its largest production facility following...
Building on a global coffee alliance formed in 2018, Nestlé and Starbucks have announced a new collaboration to bring Starbucks RTD coffee drinks to select markets in Southeast Asia, Oceania and Latin America from 2022.
With a focus on upcycling and creating a sustainable supply chain, Riff Cold Brewed has conceptualised a ready-to-drink (RTD), carbon-neutral, plant-based offering that hails as the latest in clean caffeine.
Cold brew is making its move into the mainstream; hard coffee hopes to have the same success as hard seltzer; and carbonated coffee wants to fizz up the category. We take a look at innovations that are shaking up RTD coffee.
Caribou Coffee is switching up its consumer model this fall by testing small-format ‘Little Blue Cabin’ stores in its home state of Minnesota. The Cabins will feature Caribou’s new line of caffeinated, sparkling beverages.
A concern in the RTD beverage industry is maintaining freshness and quality with a long shelf life. Special, crafted drinks like cold brew coffee struggle with this the most, but brewing technology from BKON is now extending product drinkability.
Plant-based milks and floral flavors look set to grow their place in the RTD coffee category; while RTD tea is taking a leaf out of the coffee book with cold brew and nitro launches. We take a look at how the market is shaping up for the future.