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Beverage Industry Insights

Sugar-Brews Fermented Cold-Brewed Sugar

A lot of alcoholic beverages are coming on to the market using “cold-brewed sugar” or “fermented cane sugar” as their alcohol base. But what does that mean exactly?

Commonly referred to in the industry as “sugar-brews,” this type of a base is produced by fermenting sugar from cane, beet, or corn. Sugar-brew... Read more »

Flavored RTD alcoholic beverages

With growing demand for new options, beverage innovators have reinvented the flavored ready-to-drink (RTD) alcoholic beverage, significantly improving taste and reputation. RTD alcoholic beverages have long used three common bases: malt, spirit, and wine. There has also been an increase in sugar-based alcohol... Read more »

Corn market impact beverages

By Steve McCullough, Vice President of Business Development, BevSource

Corn. You grow it, eat it, and drink it daily. It is the base for sweeteners, brewing, and neutral grain spirits. If you’re in the beverage industry, do you know how much corn pricing could affect your bottom line?  If you... Read more »

Certified for Sport Beverage Certification

Growing concerns about banned substances in sports supplements has more brand owners choosing to have their functional beverages “Certified for Sport” by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF). Athletes and everyday consumers are looking for supplements they can trust as clean with verifiable claims.

The... Read more »

Freeze Protection Winter Beverage Logistics

By Chamie Olson, Director of Logistic Services, BevSource

With colder temperatures rolling across North America, it’s time to start thinking about shipping with freeze protection.  If your beverage ships, delivers, or travels through areas with temperatures below 32⁰F (0⁰C), freeze... Read more »

Beverage Innovators Beverage Development Beverage Operations

Join the conversation happening in our new LinkedIn Group: Beverage Innovators - Development, Operations, & Growth. This group is designed to provide new & experienced beverage visionaries with a platform to share beverage industry knowledge, experiences, news, and trends to help everyone better... Read more »

Natural Caffeine Structure

In 2010, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) deemed synthetic caffeine as an “unsafe food additive” when added to alcohol beverages. This guideline came after a year-long review of alcohol beverage products containing added caffeine. Several companies were forced to dispose of their products (without... Read more »

Beverage Regulations FDA Fact Panels

One thing often overlooked when developing a new beverage is the difference between having a Supplement or Nutrition Facts Panels. Both have their own set of benefits, drawbacks, and requirements.

Being aware of which one your beverage will require can help you better prepare your sales and marketing... Read more »

Aluminum Can Corrosion Testing

An estimated 1 in 7 energy drinks are too corrosive to put in cans.  If you are producing in aluminum cans, your beverage must be corrosion tested.  Every can is lined with protective coating that prevents corrosion. In order to properly line the cans, can manufactures need to determine how corrosive your... Read more »

Gut Healthy Beverage Categories

August 17, 2017

Many are calling Gut Health the next “mega trend” in the world of health and wellness. With consumers more aware of the role food and beverage play in their microbiome, these three beverage categories are some of the fastest growing trends in the market.

Bone Broth... Read more »

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