Keurig Dr Pepper has agreed to acquire the global rights to Atypique, a Canadian non-alcoholic ready-to-drink cocktail brand. KDP will collaborate with Quebec-based brand owner Station Agro-Biotech to grow Atypique, the company said.
Coca-Cola Beverages Florida has broken ground for a $250 million, 800,000-square-foot sales and distribution center in Tampa. The facility “will include a leading-edge warehousing system designed to improve the speed and accuracy of operations while putting less stress on associates,” the company said in a statement.
PepsiCo Beverages North America announced plans for a new 1.2 million-square-foot manufacturing plant in Denver. The plant will open during the summer of 2023.
Pepsi Bottling Ventures said the bottler will spend $35 million for a new bottling line at its Winston-Salem, NC plant. The line will produce brands including Aquafina and Lipton Tea and be operational by the end of 2024, according to the bottler.
Intercontinental Beverage Capital has teamed up with Blue Ridge Bank to offer capital financing to consumer packaged goods companies. The product, called “Blue – Intelligent Business Capital,” will be offered to “leading and emerging companies and brands operating online, direct to consumer,” as well as those operating in traditional retail channels, according to IBC.
BlueTriton Brands’ ReadyRefresh home and office delivery service has added Red Bull energy drinks to the unit’s product offering, the company said. Regular and sugar free versions will be sold in 12-packs.
BioSteel has been named the official hydration partner of the National Hockey League after Gatorade vacated the sponsorship.
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