Brand Adds Bubly Drops in January. Also Sees China Expansion in Future
October 13, 2020
PepsiCo announced last week that it will launch Bubly-branded flavor drops for use with its do-it-yourself SodaStream sparkling water appliance. In an interview, SodaStream International CEO Eyal Shohat said he isn’t concerned that the drops will ...
‘Not Obvious How You Capture a Lot of Value,’ CEO Says
October 1, 2020
With Coca-Cola’s move into the hard seltzer category, and the possibility of an entry from Monster Beverage, analysts on PepsiCo’s earnings conference call this morning were naturally inquisitive about...
PepsiCo is set to launch a new relaxation water called Driftwell later this year that was born of an internal employee contest hosted by Chairman and CEO Ramon Laguarta. The product will target what PepsiCo says is a $1 billion a year...
Plus, Brewer Signs Deal to Distribute Coca-Cola Topo Chico Hard Seltzer
September 24, 2020
Late last year, Molson Coors replaced “Brewery” with “Beverage” in the company’s name as it looked to expand beyond alcohol “to other growth adjacencies.” Eleven months later, the company has taken the first product-related steps...Includes an infographic illustrating Molson Coors’ emerging non-alcoholic beverage activity. (PLUS: Story updated 10/1/20 with developments since original publication.)
Driftwell to Address White Space in Helping People Sleep
September 14, 2020
PepsiCo is set to launch a new relaxation water called Driftwell later this year that was born of an internal employee contest hosted by Chairman and CEO Ramon Laguarta. The product will target what PepsiCo says is a $1 billion a year over-the-counter ...
For the second time in four years, PepsiCo and key bottling system executives met online instead of in person for an annual meeting to review the next year’s marketing and distribution plan. The following details of the meeting are based on information provided by multiple sources.
Coke’s far-reaching global reorganization raises deep questions for Coca-Cola North America (CCNA). Coke will pare 17 existing global business units to nine. Plus CCNA looks to shed non-carb assets, and a new leader takes over with lessons from Latin America.