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CommentWire
CommentWire

Carbonated drinks: new sweetener may invigorate category

The FDA has approved a new sweetener derived from stevia for use in carbonated drinks. Some of the biggest players in the industry have seen this as an opportunity to revitalize the category and arrest declining sales. However, some consumers remain skeptical about the inclusion of sweeteners, and care must be taken to retain sensory benefits.

Published By Datamonitor
18 Dec 2008
ResearchWire
ResearchWire

New drinks launches Oct-Dec: wine cools off

Published By Datamonitor
07 Mar 2007
Expert View
Expert View

New drinks review: Amazonian 'superherb' hits the market

The Amazon continues to be a source of new functional 'super' ingredients, as demonstrated by the recent launch of a tea made from the high caffeine, medicinal plant guayusa. Guayusa is just the latest in a line of Amazonian plants, from goji to guarana and acai, which are being appropriated by manufacturers to give their products an edge in the exotic and nutritional stakes.

Published By Datamonitor
03 Aug 2010
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New drinks review: breathing new life into the coffee market

Inhalers, caffeine accelerators and superfruit antioxidants are just some of the ways in which drinks manufacturers are attempting to differentiate themselves in the crowded coffee market, as this month's roundup of new drinks launches reveals. These latest innovations demonstrate how producers are capitalizing on both health and convenience benefits to keep their products one step ahead.

Published By Datamonitor
30 Jun 2010
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New drinks review: children's treats inspire a new generation of spirits

Attempts to increase the appeal of spirits among younger consumer age groups through dessert and candy flavor blends feature in this month's summary of novel drinks launches. Meanwhile, an innovative whisky introduction shows that coconut remains a flavor to watch in the spirits market, while cola is uncovering its functional side with an unusual fat-burning launch.

Published By Datamonitor
18 Jul 2012
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New drinks review: coffee, but not as we know it

For decades consumers have been content to drink their tea and coffee in the traditional way; hot with milk, and with little variation from the traditional formulas. Now, however, manufacturers are keen to exploit the rise in demand for healthier alternatives, with Productscan Online reporting on a self-cooling ready-to-drink tea and a coffee made not with coffee beans, but with ramon nuts...

Published By Datamonitor
29 Nov 2005
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New drinks review: customizable kicks arrive on the drinks market

This month, innovations include products which allow consumers to adulterate their drinks creatively. One such example is a drink 'spiking' kit that ferments juice into alcohol, while another is flavorless caffeine crystals that give drinks an energy boost. Both products show how manufacturers are looking to customizable products that offer consumers a more 'hands on' experience.

Published By Datamonitor
08 Sep 2010
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New drinks review: customization trend evolves with new energy additive

A new "water enhancer" that can be used to turn any conventional beverage into an energy drink is the innovation that headlines this month's rundown of novel launches from the drinks industry. Other developments to feature include a selection of innovative flavors for the dairy drink market, and a surprising melding of alcoholic drinks and cupcakes.

Published By Datamonitor
10 Feb 2012
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New drinks review: developing drinks that make pregnant women bloom

Soft drinks makers are continually looking for ways to enhance their sales with products that target niche groups of society. This month's review of new product launches finds a beverage that is designed for pregnant women, targeting a niche that has previously had little attention from the soft drinks market.

Published By Datamonitor
20 Feb 2009
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New drinks review: developing plastic bottle alternatives

Manufacturers are beginning to respond to consumer concerns over packaging, and as a result, a variety of renewable materials are now being used instead of plastic bottles. This month, Productscan recorded the launch of a corn-based water bottle in the US, highlighting one alternative to plastic packaging.

Published By Datamonitor
16 Jul 2008

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