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Dairy processors have the processing equipment and the retail relationships so it makes sense to capitalize on the popularity of ready-to-drink coffee and tea beverages. Here’s what you need to know about developing these RTD drinks.
Sales for nonaseptic energy drinks are up, but many energy and sport drink companies’ sales struggle to get going.
Sparkling water, especially flavored varieties, shines in the nondairy beverage category. In the ready-to-drink tea segment, consumers reach for lightly sweetened SKUs.
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A new line of cold-pressed organic artisan juices were released from Vital Juice, Seattle. The non-GMO juice is available in 12 flavor varieties, including citrus, beet and melon.
The Double Cola Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., introduced its first line of ready-to-drink teas. Zili teas come in five flavors, including citrus ginger green tea, plum acai black tea and sweet tea.
Dust Cutter Beverage Co., Jackson Hole, Wyo., introduced its first product line of all-natural, Western-style premium lemonades.
Austin, Texas-based Big Red Inc., released its rebranded Hydrive Energy Water. The functional water is available in seven flavors, including lemon lime, triple berry and citrus.
Baileys Irish Cream brings glamour to Black Friday with photo booths in an upscale, downtown mall.
There is no stopping the caffeinated beverage. Sales of refrigerated, ready-to-drink coffee soar in the last year. Refrigerated juices and juice blends do well, too.
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