Beverage

Parents Stateside are seeking out low-fat, low-calorie yogurts or yogurt drinks, such as Danimals Smoothies, according to Mintel

MINTEL PREDICTS STRONG US GROWTH FOR HEALTHY KIDS YOGURT DRINKS

Dannon took two years to win 25% Danimals Smoothies sugar cut

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Dairy giant Dannon (Danone) says it spent two years reformulating its Danimals Smoothies for kids in the US to achieve a 25% sugar reduction, as Mintel predicts strong growth for kid-friendly yogurt drinks with health and wellness benefits in the country...

AHPA  and CRN have issued new policies on caffeine labeling.

AHPA, CRN issue new guidelines on caffeine labeling

By Hank Schultz

Two industry trade associations, the American Herbal Products Association and the Council for Responsible Nutrition, have altered their stance on caffeine labeling. AHPA has amended its trade requirement for caffeine labeling, extending that requirement...

Pepsi's new bottle promises consumers a 'more stimulating, tactile interaction'

PACKAGING EXPERT NOTES DISTANCE FROM CLASSIC COKE BOTTLE

Pepsi: 1st US bottle redesign since 1996 is only start...

By Ben BOUCKLEY

PepsiCo will roll out its first new shape Pepsi bottle since 1996 across the US from April and says further launches will follow in 2013, and packaging expert Andrew Streeter tells BeverageDaily.com he thinks the brand has distanced itself from the classic...

Coffee is 'consumed slowly by sipping' unlike energy drinks, according to the public health professionals' letter

ABA SAYS 'BODY' OF SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE DOES NOT BACK CLAIMS

Coffee fans don’t ‘chug it down’: Health pros warn FDA on energy drinks

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Despite industry claims energy drinks contain no more caffeine than Starbucks coffee, a group of top US health professionals tells the FDA energy caffeine content differs in ‘three important ways’ and says the agency should apply GRAS standards for soda...

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