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  1. Pop & Bottle, the female-founded coffee company known for its premium, organic, dairy-free Oat and Almond Milk Lattes, is expanding its offerings with a line of Super Concentrates — in Classic Cold Brew, Vanilla Cold Brew and Mocha Cold Brew — exclusively at Walmart stores and on

  2. TAZO announces a multiyear transition plan of its tea portfolio to a regenerative organic approach. TAZO is taking the principles of regenerative and applying them to the way the brand operates its business, it says.

  3. Really Good Boxed Wine announced the launch of its newest 2020 Pinot Noir. This elegant, medium-bodied Pinot Noir hails from a vineyard on the San Luis Obispo Coast, the company says

  4. BioSteel Sports Nutrition Inc., Toronto, announced the latest addition to #TeamBioSteel with the signing of Connor Bedard, a rising hockey star and top prospect for the 2023 NHL Draft. 

  5. TAZO unveiled its ambition to become a regenerative brand with the announcement of a multiyear transition of its tea portfolio and release of its first-ever Regenerative Organic tea line. 

  6. Casa Noble Tequila, a brand of Constellations Brands, expanded its spirits portfolio with the debut of Marqués de Casa Noble. A skillful blend of 21 añejos and extra añejos, Marqués de Casa Noble is meticulously crafted from start to finish, resulting in a spirit that is smooth, complex and exquisitely balanced, the company says.

  7. Twisted Tea Hard Iced Tea, a brand of Boston-based The Boston Beer Co., announced its limited release of Twisted Tea Sweet Tea Whiskey through its partnership with Chicago-based Beam Suntory. The 32.5% ABV Sweet Tea Whiskey, made with real brewed tea and inspired by Twisted Tea’s flagship product, packs the classic sweet tea taste balanced with real, well-rounded whiskey for a deliciously smooth blend of oak and bright lemon, the company says

  8. The Lagunitas Brewing Co. announced a packaging redesign across its portfolio of brands. The fan-favorite Lagunitas dog is now front-and-center on all cans, bottles and packs that will hit shelves beginning in October. 

  9. New research from Chicago-based IRI, which recently merged with The NPD Group, reveals elevated at-home beverage alcohol consumption is here to stay. Despite high inflation concerns, retail price increases for beverage alcohol remain more moderate than other CPG categories. IRI’s 2022 Midyear Alcohol Update highlights that many consumers are opting to celebrate and socialize at home.

  10. The demand for functional, transparent energy solutions has helped Nutrabolt and its C4 portfolio meet the needs of performance athletes and fitness enthusiasts, while appealing to consumers who are making healthy, active living a daily priority.

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