October 15, 2013
Dollar and unit sales for refrigerated coffee and tea are rising. Research indicates year-round demand for cold, ready-to-drink coffee beverages, especially by Millennials.
Americans drink tea and coffee because they enjoy the beverages and because they expect health benefits. Our roundtable discussion gives dairy processors ideas for creating foods with coffee and tea ingredients.
March 8, 2013
Millions of Americans can’t be wrong. And what is it that we are not wrong about? Our choice in beverages, that’s what. According to “Coffee and Tea Foodservice Trends in the US” (a report from Packaged Facts), fully 183 million Americans enjoy their regular infusions of java and 173.4 million take tea.Read More
Flavor enhancers let consumers customize their beverages. Juice makers combine flavors (especially superfruits), and tea brands go with lower-calorie sweeteners.
November 19, 2012
There are many contenders in the world of nondairy beverages and new ones keep pouring in. Manufacturers of waters, juices, coffees and teas have to continually find ways to set their offerings apart from the competition.Read More
December 12, 2011
NextFoods, Boulder, Colo., manufacturers of GoodBelly probiotic fruit drinks, adds GoodBelly Probiotic Coconut Water to its beverage lineup. All GoodBelly products promote digestive health thanks to the addition of the company’s patented probiotic strain, Lp299v.Read More
December 12, 2011
Since 1981, Ginseng Up has been on the lips of loyal followers throughout the Caribbean eager to get their daily dose of ginseng. This botanical extract has been a nutritional supplement in Asian diets for more than 6,000 years and is believed to boost energy, relieve stress and improve memory. Now, after 30 years of popularity overseas, the Rockleigh, N.J. -based namesake company is rolling out Ginseng Up throughout the United States.Read More
November 11, 2011
The beverage aisle bulks up as processors add protein, vitamins, antioxidants and other better-for-you ingredients to their team of teas, coffee, juices and water. Read More
October 14, 2011
Marina Mayer Executive EditorThe saying goes, what goes up must come down. The same can be said however for what goes down must come back up. Such is the caseRead More
May 1, 2011
Dairy processors get ideas about ingredient and flavor trends from makers of non-dairy beverage.Read More
March 1, 2011
Food and beverage trends are said to start in foodservice - at high-end restaurants where the final bill for a party of six often totals more than the average family’s monthly mortgage payment.Read More
February 1, 2011
Milk processors market dairy beverages as workout aids, develop lactose-reduced products and more drinkable yogurts and boost the health profile with probiotics. Nondairyprocessors formulate juices and ready-to-drink teas.Read More