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Anheuser-Busch Targeting Women in New Makeover

Lime-A-Rita from Anheuser-Busch

Lime-A-Rita announced today that it will become the first brand in the Anheuser-Busch U.S. portfolio to market exclusively to women. Led by a team of female marketers, agency partners, and brewmasters, the brand is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a head to toe makeover including a new look and marketing …

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Kombucha is King: Kombucha Market up by 41%

kombucha

Kombucha is hardly a new product in the U.S. market. In fact, it has been around for 15 years, but thanks to the recent mass consumer appeal of health and wellness products, the fermented tea drink is seeing record sales numbers. According to New York-based Beverage Marketing Corporation’s (BMC) September …

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Tyson Foods Inc. Claims That Meat is not the future

Tyson Naturals

Amid recent controversy regarding the safety of its poultry farms and controversial use of antibiotics, 80-year old meat processor Tyson Foods Inc. is trying to change its image by exploring non-animal based protein alternatives to satisfy increasing global demand. In an interview with FOX Business, Tom Hayes, the new CEO …

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PepsiCo’s latest push for 100% recyclable packaging

pepsico

The multinational food and beverage corporation PepsiCo, Inc. (PEP) has announced its collaboration with biotech company Danimer Scientific in the production of compostable packaging to further its 2025 sustainability agenda. “From the start PepsiCo has taken a holistic approach to our sustainability work,” says PepsiCo Vice Chairman and Chief Scientific …

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Wendy’s Cutting Costs by Installing Ordering Kiosks

wendy's

Fast food restaurant Wendy’s is using technology to reduce labor costs as well as appeal to younger customers. The home of the old-fashioned burger, is adding machines to at least 1,000 restaurants, or about 15% of its stores, by the end of the year. According to The Columbus-Dispatch, Restaurants with …

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