Nestlé USA announced Snickers and Twix chocolate bar flavoured milks.
Plant-based beverage company Earth’s Own unveiled Oat Barista, its newest oat beverage product created with coffee drinkers in mind and developed in partnership with expert baristas.
As of May 1st, Tim Hortons guests now have the chance to choose from three new Oreo-flavoured baked goods and to add a new Oreo-flavoured Iced Capp to their list of go-to beverages, but only for a limited time.
Canadians’ favourite Coca-Cola beverage just got a lot smaller, in a big way: Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, Diet Coke and Sprite are now available in a resealable 250 ml mini bottle.
Today, Red Bull® Canada unveils the latest in their editions series with the launch of its 2019 Red Bull Summer Edition Beach Blend.
Canadian coffee producer, The Red Goat, has announced their latest products containing six times more caffeine compared to traditional coffee on the market.
Celsius Holdings, Inc., the makers of CELSIUS, the fitness drink, announced the launch of the second line in the product portfolio, HEAT™.
Capri-Sun is now made with real fruit juice and contains no artificial flavourings, colours or preservatives.
Monster Energy, known for their line of energy drinks, is now adding RTD (ready to drink) coffee to its line of products.
A smoothie company from Montreal found a time-saving solution to to making smoothies without a blender in under 30 seconds.
Designer Protein, a manufacturer of nutrient-filled protein powders, has added an all-new keto-based product to its lineup.
Variety-seeking Coca-Cola fans and those who love orange Creamsicles now have something in common:
Tuscanini Foods is rolling out a new lineup of gourmet food products that bring the taste of Italy to North America for a the company promises to be a "truly authentic Italianexperience."
Köe Kombucha has positioned itself as not just an alternative to soft drinks or fruit juices, but as an alternative to other kombucha beverages currently in the market - and its popularity is growing due to targeting the convenience market.
Unlike most bottled water companies, Liquid Death opted not to market itself as a wholesome product, instead using fonts reminiscent of heavy metal bands, and a tagline that sounds better suited to hard liquor.

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