Bang’s rapid market share gains this year have generated heated industry discussion about the fate of Monster and disruption within the energy category. Coca-Cola bottlers, meanwhile, are rolling out Monster’s answer, Reign. Since Reign’s late March debut, BD has spotted the product mostly in the convenience channel. Photos of cooler placements are from a Pilot outside Orlando, a QuikTrip outside Atlanta and a 7-Eleven in New Jersey. We also found a significant activation at ...
Bottler View. To get a broader view of the rollout on the ground, BD reached out to a number of Coca-Cola bottling system executives...
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters has criticized distribution changes made by Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling (RCCB) in Southern California. During a Feb. 13 investor conference call, union leaders said the bottler’s “cost-cutting strategies” have undermined service to
In a Jan. 24 report, analysts at RBC Capital Markets compared the portfolios and social media data for Monster Beverage and Bang Energy. Bang gained attention from analysts last year as a potential threat to Monster’s core energy offerings (BD 10/26/18).
Late Year Slump Hits National Beverage Hard. KDP, SBUX, KO Gain. PEP, MNST Down
January 18, 2019
Beverage company share prices tracked by BD were generally weak in 2018 thanks to sluggish U.S. markets and a December decline that saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average shed almost 2500 points. The market has since regained some of those losses. Bright spots for 2018 were Keurig Dr Pepper, Starbucks and the U.S.-traded shares of Coca-Cola European Partners.