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Starting in January, Chobani will offer consumers four new Chobani Coffee flavors. Pic: Chobani

Chobani launches RTD cold brew coffees

By Jim Cornall

Chobani, maker of Greek yogurts, oat milks, probiotic drinks, as well as dairy and plant-based creamers, is launching Chobani Coffee, ready-to-drink coffees made with single origin cold brew and feature Chobani’s oat milks and dairy creamers.

The new ingredients are suitable for a instant beverages such as 3-in-1 coffee, ready-to-drink canned coffee, canned milk, flavored milk drinks, soups and sauces. Pic: Ingredion

New Ingredion starches support simpler labels

By Jim Cornall

Ingredion has launched new Novation Indulge 3620 and 3820 starches to meet consumers’ demand for clean and healthy eating while providing sensory attributes like smoothness, creaminess and a rich mouthfeel.

The US coffee creamer category is expected to grow to $7.5bn by 2024.

Fairlife debuts dairy creamers line

By Beth Newhart

On the heels of a disastrous 2019 for the ultra-filtered milk brand, fairlife is kicking off 2020 with a new category launch. Four coffee creamers will add to its beverage portfolio.

Rise struggled with sourcing oat ‘milk’ that was up to their standards because they place a strong emphasis on organic ingredients.

Organic nitro cold brew oat beverage lattes launching

By Beth Newhart

Coffee brand Rise Brewing Co. has introduced a line of ready-to-drink nitro cold brew lattes, including two flavors made with oat beverages. Consumer demand and ‘flavor profile’ drove the decision to use dairy alternatives, the company said.

Morinaga's Mt. Rainier logo has faced opposition from multiple brands claiming the trademark is too similar to their own.  ©GettyImages/TimArbaev

Starbucks challenge to Morinaga’s Mt. Rainier logo shot down

By Mary Ellen Shoup

The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) has rejected Starbucks’ opposition to a trademark application filed by Japanese dairy manufacturer Morinaga Nyugo Kabushiki Kaisha (trading as Morinaga Milk Industry Co., Ltd.) for its RTD espresso...

The US has seen an explosion of breweries across the country. Picture: PMMI.

Changes to the beverage status quo

By Jorge Izquierdo

‘As a whole, the beverage portion of the US Food and Beverage Manufacturing sector continues to maintain a steady 2.3% growth to $145bn, according to data from the 2016 Global Packaging Trends and the 2017 Trends in Food Processing Operations.

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