New flavour for Celsius energy drinks

Fitness beverage manufacturer Celsius Holdings has developed a new tropical flavour to its Celsius range of carbonated performance energy drinks. Jackfruit will be available in 16oz cans featuring the new Celsius Heat design.“Jackfruit is another great tasting option that further expands our line of flavours,” said Celsius Holding’s chief executive John Fieldly. “It is the perfect way to launch...

Profits drop at Unilever

Net profits at Unilever fell 38.4 per cent to €6 billion ($6.6bn) in 2019 after the company experienced a slowdown in the fourth quarter that was particularly challenging in West Africa, India and the Middle East.The drop was also attributed to the company’s €4.3bn prior-year gain from the disposal of its spreads business.Unilever now plans to review its global...

Craft brewer revamps can designs

Colorado-based Ska Brewing has revamped the look of its product line-up as part of the company’s 2020 brand refresh.Since launching 25 years ago, comic book style characters have typically adorned the brands cans, until the launch of its first hazy beer in a can in 2019. The artwork was without a character or a pun title associated with the...

Better brain health claimed for new canned beverage

Two new canned functional beverages that are infused with ingredients claimed to improve people’s cognitive function are being launched in California (February) and online across the US next month by Los Angeles-based LGND Inc.LGND Original and LGND Silk are said to be natural products that are infused with nootropics – ingredients claimed to be good for brain health and...

Coca-Cola Energy rolls out across US

The first-ever energy drink under the Coca-Cola brand hit stores across the US last week following its announced launch and limited introduction there last year.Coca-Cola Energy, Coca-Cola Energy Cherry and their zero-calorie counterparts are now available nationwide in 12oz sleek cans. All four varieties include 114mg of caffeine per 12oz serving, plus guarana extracts and B-vitamins.Last October 2019, Coca-Cola...

Suntory launches first energy drink in Japan

Japan-based beverage giant Suntory has launched a new energy drink, targeted at people in their 30s and 40s who work in stressful environments, to capture growing market demand.Released under the ‘Boss’ brand, Iron Boss is the first commercialised energy drink by Suntory and will be available in 250ml cans.The carbonated beverage includes GABA (gamma aminobutyric acid) ingredients which are...

CCEP expands Monster Energy portfolio

Two new tropical-flavoured variants – Monster Pacific Punch and Monster Ultra Paradise – have been added to Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP)’s Monster Energy portfolio.According to CCEP, Monster Pacific Punch is made with real fruit juice and will combine exotic flavours inspired by traditional tropical punch with a caffeine kick. The Monster Juice portfolio is now worth more than...

Pepsi releases new can redesign 

PepsiCo has released a new can design for its Pepsi Zero Sugar soda as part of its ‘America Wins Zero’ campaign to coincide with Super Bowl LIV.The minimalistic redesign for the beverage can features a matte black finish along with a black tab. The graphics have also slightly changed, with bolder text and both the ‘max taste’ strapline and...

California winemaker Barefoot launches seltzer range

American vineyard Barefoot Wine has launched its own canned hard seltzer, joining a throng of breweries and beverage giants tapping into growing demand for spiked fruit drinks.Barefoot, which has been bottling reds, whites and rosés in California since 1965, will begin selling its new low-calorie drinks in four flavours next month. The range of pineapple and passionfruit, cherry and...

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