2020 was a year like no other. Yet despite the challenges brought on by the pandemic, most top food and beverage brands remained stable. In fact, the food and beverage industry is one of the only consumer product sectors to grow in the year.
Budweiser’s first zero-alcohol brew is launching the campaign with a group of coaches and athletes from the U.S., U.K. and Canada to keep each other motivated and encourage consumers along their Dry January journey.
The vaccine is coming, but data suggests demand for household staples isn’t going away anytime soon. CPG manufacturers have seen demand rise as restrictions on daily life have forced people to spend more time at home.
There were 27 winners, including six student award winners, selected as recipients of a 2020 AmeriStar Package Award, one of the packaging industry’s most prestigious design awards programs,produced by IoPP, The Institute of Packaging Professionals.
Coca-Cola brand Peace Tea is encouraging its fanbase to “Speak Your Peace” in the upcoming election through a partnership with Vote.org., a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to increasing voter turnout by offering registration and educational resources.
Anheuser-Busch, the leader in American brewing, and flagship brand Budweiser are proud to announce the UNCF Budweiser Natalie Johnson Scholarship, which provides annual monetary awards for students pursuing STEM majors applicable to careers in brewing.
Your favorite beer may not be what it once was. It’s now a division of a worldwide beverage corporation. “Bud” of St Louis is now Anheuser-Busch InBev NV (AB InBev) of Anderlecht Belgium. Coors of Golden Colorado is now Molson Coors EH. In a series of complicated mergers and acquisitions their brands now include Coors, Molson, Miller Brewing and Sharps’s Brewery of Cornwall, U.K.
With financial support from The PepsiCo Foundation, the company’s philanthropic arm, the TerraCycle Global Foundation is a dedicated public charity on a mission to dramatically reduce the volume of marine debris and plastic waste found in the world’s waterways.
With social distancing in place this season, fans may be unable to go to their beloved stadium, so Pepsi is paving (literally) a new way for fans to keep this tradition alive and pre-game at home. The brand is bringing an at-home tailgating experience to 20 fans. At nearly $5,000 in value, this customized 16 sq. ft. tailgating box has everything needed for a Homegate experience.