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Craft spirits and craft brewers compete for thirsty consumers
It's a hard-fought battle for market share.
Cocktail developers mix it up at the Kentucky Derby
The mint julep now has some stiff competition.
Pepsi takes aim at health-conscious consumers
In an attempt to steal market share from rival Coca-Cola, Pepsi is making investments in healthier, less sugary beverages.
As cider market grows, a push to appeal to higher-end consumers
Cider sales in the U.S. have grown over the past decade. But some cider makers say the the market still isn’t valuing their product for what it’s worth.
Keurig and Dr Pepper aim for smooth, sweet merger
Keurig Green Mountain, the single-serve coffee pod maker, announced today that it will be merging with Dr Pepper Snapple Group in a deal worth an estimated $20 billion. Merging the hot and cold beverage brands will give a big boost to Keurig’s distribution network here in the U.S. Click the audio player above to hear […]
Why do we love La Croix so much?
The flavored soda water has been around for over three decades. What makes it taste so good?
The challenges of getting on grocery store shelves
Small food and beverage manufacturers often lack the distribution muscle to keep their products well stocked at stores.
How effective is a tax on soda?
Philadelphia is set to become the first major city to introduce a soda tax.
Why pecan pie potato chips spur grocery sales
Notice an abundance of peppermint and eggnog flavored foods at the grocery store this time of year? Here's why.
Budweiser ties one on to boost sales
Bud releases a new can today shaped like a bow-tie and tests the theory that packaging alone can pay off.