New products launched range from non-alcoholic mixers to natural energy drinks.
Marquis introduced a new formulation of its sugar-free yerba mate caffeinated beverage.
The drink combines yerba mate with green coffee and green tea and includes approximately 100 mg of caffeine. It is sweetened with monk fruit and contains zero calories.
Lifeway Foods, Inc. announced Lifeway Oat, a new line of probiotic plant-based oat beverage.
The vegan-friendly beverages are 32 oz and available in six flavors: plain, vanilla, strawberry vanilla, peaches and cream, berries and cream and blueberry maple.
“By introducing a probiotic drink with an oat base, we’ve created a great-tasting wellness drink that combines some of the hottest industry trends that are anticipated to have strong growth over the coming years,” said Julie Smolyansky, chief executive officer of Lifeway Foods. “We expect to see our new Lifeway Oat line become a staple on retailers’ shelves and in consumers’ refrigerators across the country.”
Non-alcoholic spirit maker Ritual Zero Proof expanded with its new Rum Alternative.
The Rum Alternative contains vanilla, toasted spice and a dark rum, minus the calories and alcohol, according to the company.
The non-alcoholic beverage is available direct-to-consumer at ritualzeroproof.com in a 25.4 oz bottle for a suggested retail price of $29.99.
Green Cola has introduced its soda that contains no calories or sugar.
Its original cola flavor is sweetened with stevia and caffeinated with green coffee beans. The beverage is available in an eight-pack of 12 oz cans, a 20 oz single bottle or a two-liter bottle. It’s available at select retailers including Market Basket, Whole Foods Northeast, HEB, Stop and Shop, United Supermarkets, Meijer, Hannaford Supermarket, New Seasons and HyVee.
Green Cola is also sold direct-to-consumer at Amazon or Walmart.com for a suggested retail price of $10.99 for an eight-pack.
Kayco Beyond debuted Wonder Lemon, an organic cold-pressed juice with zero added sugar. The new juice is a good source of vitamins A and C, according to the company.
Wonder Lemon is available in lemon ginger, lemon mint and lemon basil jalapeño varieties. Each has less than 110 calories per 8.45 oz bottle.
Australia-based Remedy Drinks introduced its line of shelf-stable kombucha.
The kombucha contains no sugar and is available in raspberry lemonade, ginger lemon, mixed berry, peach and mango passion varieties. The beverages are available direct-to-consumer through the company’s website, Amazon, Imperfect Foods and Boxed, as well as in stores, including select Target and Walmart stores, Erewhon.
GoodBelly Probiotics announced GoodBelly Kids!, the company’s first probiotic beverages for children.
The beverages are available in 32 oz packages and are formulated with the probiotic strain Lactobacillus Plantarum 299v, which helps balance the gut and promotes healthy digestion, according to the company. It is available in fruit punch, apple juice and berry varieties.
Jade Leaf Matcha added two flavors to its line of Matcha Latte Mixes.
The Matcha Latte Sugar Free variety is sweetened with monk fruit and is plant-based, dairy-free and keto-friendly.
The company also introduced Collagen Matcha Latte Mix, which combines organic Japanese matcha with collagen. The collagen mix comes in unsweetened and sugar-free varieties.
Host Defense Mushrooms introduced MycoBrew Drink Mixes, which are formulated with lion’s mane mushroom mycelium.
The drink mixes are available in four flavors: cocoa, coffee, matcha and mocha. They are available direct-to-consumer at hostdefense.com for a suggested retail price of $24.95 for a box of 10 drink packets.
Nutpods debuted its Barista Oat Milk, available in original and cinnamon dolce varieties.
The plant-based oat milk contains zero sugar and is available direct-to-consumer in a six-pack of 32 oz containers for a suggested retail price of $29.95.
Recess has introduced Mood Powder Tubs, a magnesium-based powder consumers may add to whatever they’re drinking. The powder blends magnesium, adaptogens and electrolytes, which helps the body maintain a calm and balanced state, according to the company.
The 5.6 oz tubs are available in lemon citrus, unflavored and gradient berry varieties for a suggested retail price of $38.99 for a one-time purchase. Recess Mood Powder is also sold in smaller stick packs in all flavors, as well as a stick pack sampler.
Dairy-free beverage maker Ripple debuted Ripple Kids, its plant-based children’s milk.
The milk contains plant-based protein from peas, as well as other nutrients children need for growing, according to the company.
The Vita Coca Company expanded its coconut water line with Boosted, a coconut water beverage that contains 40 milligrams of caffeine from tea, B vitamins and coconut MCTs.
Swoon debuted its sugar-free take on sweet tea. The sugar-free drink is made with black tea and and naturally sweetened with monk fruit. It will be sold through national retail, as well as direct-to-consumer at tasteswoon.com and on Amazon in 12-packs for a suggested retail price of $29.99.
Recent menu additions focus on relaunches of fan favorites.
Seasonal launches lean into sweet and spiced flavors.