New Zealand is the first country to launch Coca-Cola Stevia No Sugar, the first cola by the company that is sweetened solely with stevia.
Heritage Coffee Company is now carrying steep by Bigelow tea. The premium line comprises 13 certified organic teas.
At this year's CAMA Expo, Folgers showcased its new flaked coffee. The coffee uses new milling technology to create a bigger surface area on each flake that allows for better flavour extraction during brewing.
Tetley developed three new herbal iced tea blends: orange blossom/peach and mango, lemon and ginger, and hibiscus/pomegranate berry.
Sprite Cranberry is back in Canada, returning for a limited time now through the end of 2017 while supplies last. Cranberry is a favourite over the holidays, and is the fastest growing carbonated beverage flavour in Canada, increasing 34 per cent over the prior year according to Nielsen market data.
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The Canadian Coffee & Tea Show
September 23-24, 2018