September 16, 2013
Chameleon Cold-Brew, Austin, Texas, added three flavors to its line of cold-brewed coffee, which is made from certified organic and fair trade Arabica coffee beans.Read More
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
September 13, 2012
BYB Brands Inc., Charlotte, N.C., added three new flavors to its Bean & Body line, a RTD functional coffee blend. Read More
September 12, 2012
Starbucks Coffee Co., Seattle, launched Starbucks Refreshers, a beverage that is made from green coffee extract and real fruit juice.Read More
September 12, 2012
Dallas-based Red Mango, a frozen yogurt and smoothies chain, added frozen coffee chillers to its lineup.Read More
July 6, 2012
Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins introduce Oreo-inspired dairy products to celebrate the classic cookie's 100th birthday, including Coolatta’s with Oreo crumbles, Oreo ‘N Chocolate ice cream and more. Read More
May 14, 2012
WhiteWave Foods, Broomfield, Colo., has a new International Delight Iced Coffee line that combines coffee, real milk and cream in a ready-to-serve half-gallon container.Read More
February 15, 2012
RealBeanz, Brooklyn, N.Y., believes that an iced coffee should do more than just satisfy the taste buds — it ought to assist with getting through the day and enhance one’s lifestyle without subjecting the body to harmful chemicals or unhealthful ingredients. This was the motivation behind the namesake ready-to-drink product that debuted in the New York Tri-State area at the beginning of the year.Read More
The U.S. arm of Switzerland’s largest dairy is staking a claim to the markets for yogurts and milk-based coffee beverages. The dairy processor already is known here for its award-winning specialty cheeses.
January 13, 2012
Alps, cheese and chocolate are commonly associated with Switzerland. So is the country’s reputation for precision engineering. Just ask anyone who has taken a cable car to the top of a mountain or owns a Swiss watch. A Swiss dairy processor is expanding its presence in the United States by taking precise steps in developing dairy foods, and then executing marketing programs to gain placement on the shelves of grocery stores, with foodservice operators and in specialty food stores.Read More