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Plant-based brand No Evil Foods pledges become plastic negative

Plant-based brand No Evil Foods pledges become plastic negative

17 Nov 2020

No Evil Foods is the latest company to establish a laudable and aspirational sustainability goal, committing to become plastic negative by remove two pounds of plastic for every one pound they generate through a partnership with rePurpose Global. The b...

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Plant-based energy shots experience buzz in the market

Plant-based energy shots experience buzz in the market

16 Nov 2020

Plant-based options are making inroads into a variety of categories within the food and beverage market. Go Big and Proper Wild are two new entrants into the space that are taking aim at a small category that has yet to experience significant innovatio...

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Innova identifies transparency as the top trend for 2021

Innova identifies transparency as the top trend for 2021

13 Nov 2020

As 2020 prepares to turn to 2021, Innova Market Insights released its industry trend analysis for the upcoming year to help manufacturers align products with consumer demands in food and beverage.

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Israeli cell-based meat company Meat Tech 3D files for U.S. IPO

Israeli cell-based meat company Meat Tech 3D files for U.S. IPO

12 Nov 2020

Israeli cell-based meat company, Meat-Tech 3D, is a relative newcomer to the industry but is making up for lost time with a flurry of activity. Most recently, the company filed its paperwork with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to begin the...

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Coca-Cola reveals its new paper bottle prototype

Coca-Cola reveals its new paper bottle prototype

11 Nov 2020

Atlanta-based beverage company Coca-Cola announced that it is testing a paper bottle prototype this month for both still and carbonated beverages. While this prototype will be tested in limited markets, Coca-Cola said that it is “too early” to specific...

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Plant-based food maker Alpha Foods launches DTC platform

Plant-based food maker Alpha Foods launches DTC platform

10 Nov 2020

California-based Alpha Foods launched its direct-to-consumer (DTC) platform in the U.S. to take advantage of the growing market for plant-based and e-commerce delivery options. The company's products will also continue to be sold at brick and mortar re...

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Whole Foods releases Top 10 food trends for 2021

Whole Foods releases Top 10 food trends for 2021

9 Nov 2020

This year marks the sixth year that Whole Foods has released its annual trend predictions for food and beverage. While some trends look familiar and are an extension of years past, 2021’s list of up-and-coming products has also been heavily influenced ...

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Higher egg intake linked to lower stroke risk in Asia, but not North America and Europe

Higher egg intake linked to lower stroke risk in Asia, but not North America and Europe

6 Nov 2020

A new study published in the Frontiers in Nutrition journal found that egg consumption is linked to a lower risk of stroke. However, when researchers broke this correlation out between global regions, they found that this trend held true in Asia, but n...

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UK’s Ceder’s gin is debuting in the U.S.

UK’s Ceder’s gin is debuting in the U.S.

5 Nov 2020

Ceder’s non-alcoholic gin debuted in the U.S. this past October, launching in retail and on-premise locations in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C as well as online.

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Coca-Cola to discontinue production of Tab soda

Coca-Cola to discontinue production of Tab soda

3 Nov 2020

As the soda giant Coca-Cola looks to slim down its portfolio and focus on profitable brands, Tab soda has become the latest legacy brand to be put on the chopping block.

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Drizly forecasts Chardonnay to continue driving off-premise wine sales

Drizly forecasts Chardonnay to continue driving off-premise wine sales

2 Nov 2020

The alcohol delivery platform Drizly released its 2021 forecast and highlighted Chardonnay as a wine varietal that retailers should embrace rather than relegate to the back of the SKU priority list in favor of more niche varietals. On Drizly’s platform...

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Tesco’s new incubator program heavily features plant-based companies

Tesco’s new incubator program heavily features plant-based companies

30 Oct 2020

Tesco is in its fourth year of hosting an incubator program for startup consumer packaged brands, and this year, the cohort features a substantial list of plant-based brands that will receive institutional support from the supermarket chain and its pan...

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