Success of new beverage line surpasses Chobani's projections | Beverage industry vet Paladino named CEO of Pure Brazilian | Temple Turmeric expands product line, distribution network
January 13, 2017
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Success of new beverage line surpasses Chobani's projections
Performance of Drink Chobani line surpasses company projections
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The success of Drink Chobani has surpassed the company's projections since debuting in July, said Chobani's Chief Marketing and Brand Officer Peter McGuinness. The company is debuting four new varieties of the probiotic beverage line this month, with additional flavors hitting shelves in July.
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Beverage industry vet Paladino named CEO of Pure Brazilian
Former WTRMLN WTR CEO Rob Paladino has been named CEO of Pure Brazilian coconut water. "It's an honor to lead this farm-to-bottle mission working with an impressive team of founders," Paladino said.
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Temple Turmeric expands product line, distribution network
Temple Turmeric introduced four new varieties of turmeric-based beverages to the New York market this month, including new drinking vinegars and pure prana shots. The brand also redesigned its packaging and plans national distribution of the new flavors before summer.
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BodyArmor partners with snowboarder Mastro for sponsorship
BodyArmor has recruited teenage snowboarder Maddie Mastro to help promote its line of sports drinks. Mastro, an Olympic hopeful, is the first action sports athlete to sign a sponsorship deal with the beverage brand.
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Coca-Cola, Doritos and others boost originality with crowd-generated ads
Doritos, Mattel, Coca-Cola and Procter & Gamble have employed crowdsourcing in their creative efforts, tapping into a diverse pool of talent at scale. Crowdsourcing can be a viable alternative to agencies for marketers who seek talent and want to create because they love the creative process and don't have the constraint of specific responsibilities, Oguz Acar writes.
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PepsiCo, General Mills, Kellogg were popular with readers this week
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News about innovations at PepsiCo topped the list of most-read SmartBrief articles this week, and readers were also drawn to stories about new product launches at General Mills and Kellogg. Rounding out the top five were news of Mars' pet care acquisition and Fiji Water's new bottle design.
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