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Buddha Brands announces brand refresh
Plant-based beverage and snack makers aims to visually narrate its story and make it easier for consumers connect with favourite products.
Grey market products continue to make their way onto Canadian shelves
Industry leaders work to curb distribution and sale of products not intended to be sold in Canada.
Molson, Hexo to launch six pot beverage brands
The joint venture between beer giant Molson Coors and pot producer Hexo Corp.
7-Eleven Canada promo offers free hot beverages on the 7th and 11th of the month
7-Eleven Canada is running a new promotion designed to make it a go-to destination for hot beverage drinker: Registered 7Rewards members can get a free small hot beverages on the 7th and 11th of every month until the end of the year.
Healthier snacks, beverages driving revenue for PepsiCo
Purchase, N.Y.-based PepsiCo has been evolving to meet consumer demand for healthier snacks and beverages, and according to the company’s second quarter results, it’s paying off.
Game on! Sports drinks quench thirst for sales
You don't have to be a sports fanatic to realize that sports drinks can add major fizz to your convenience sales.
7-Eleven begins test of nearly 100 better-for-you foods & beverages
Energy segment stirring up c-store beverage category
The latest look into the cold vault by Wells Fargo Securities LLC is finding a shakeup may be coming to the energy segment.
Packaged beverage options are exploding: 4 tips for boosting offerings and efficiencies in-store
From new ready-to-drink (RTD) coffees to infused teas to sparkling waters, packaged beverage options are at an all-time high, driven by innovation and consumer demand for variety.
Beverages: Fizzy and extreme
A look at what's quenching thirst in the c-store beverage aisle
Balance Calories aims to reduce beverage calories by 20%
The Canadian Beverage Association has launched an initiative to reduce non-alcoholic beverage calories consumed by Canadians