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This week, Martín Reyes, MW is back! In this deep dive episode we get into ingredient labeling, sugar content, sulfites, allergens, health risks, and what winemakers call, "the Death Star." There's also a dad joke, and it's...good?
It was such an honor to sit down with Rocio Alarcόn and talk about cacao, ancestral and traditional wisdom, hummingbirds, and so much more. You can find a wealth of inspiration in Rocio's stories to help you deepen your own relationship with the plants, animals, family, and larger community in your life. I know you're going to love the sense of gratitude and joie de vivre that shines through as Rocio speaks! Also, don't miss downloading your beautifully illustrated recipe card for the recipe Rocio shares, a Cacao Beverage from Ecuador. Be sure to listen to the episode for details on kid-approved ways to make it more sweet, more savory, or more hearty!By the end of this episode, you'll know:► How can a plant provide healing, nourishment, and connection between generations?► Why do we feel happy when we eat or drink cacao?► In hummingbirds, Rocio sees the energy of the sun, a rainbow of light, and an invitation to let go of worries and sink into the present moment. But if hummingbirds don't live where you do, how can mindfully spending time with plants help you to tune in to the gifts of the hummingbirds?► and more…For those of you who don't already know her, Dr. Ligia Rocίo Alarcόn G., PhD is Director of the IAMOE Centre in the Ecuadorian Amazon, a curandera, an ethnopharmacologist, and an ethnobotanist. She has spent over 40 years working with ethnic groups in the tropical rainforest, the Andes Mountains of Ecuador, and in the Basque Country of Spain.She practices and teaches the art and science of curandero (shamanic) healing ceremonies, a knowledge that she received from her mother and grandmother. She was born in the Andes of Ecuador, at the foot of the Pichincha volcano. Dr. Alarcόn offers workshops for different organisations and universities around the world and has published multiple articles for various scientific journals such as The Journal of Ethnopharmacology.If you'd like to hear more from Rocio, which I highly recommend, then head to the show notes where you can get easy links for her website and social media channels. You can also find the transcript for this episode in the show notes.I'm delighted to share our conversation with you today!----Get full show notes and more information at: herbswithrosaleepodcast.comFor more behind-the-scenes of this podcast, follow @rosaleedelaforet on Instagram!The secret to using herbs successfully begins with knowing who YOU are. Get started by taking my free Herbal Jumpstart course when you sign up for my newsletter.If you enjoy the Herbs with Rosalee podcast, we could use your support! Please consider leaving a 5-star rating and review and sharing the show with someone who needs to hear it!On the podcast, we explore the many ways plants heal, as food, as medicine, and through nature connection. Each week, I focus on a single seasonal plant and share trusted herbal knowledge so that you can get the best results when using herbs for your health.Learn more about Herbs with Rosalee at herbswithrosalee.com.----Rosalee is an herbalist and author of the bestselling book Alchemy of Herbs: Transform Everyday Ingredients Into Foods &...
Guess the sponsored beer Hendo writes answer on the back of a piece of paper Health - 1 point Beer rep from Bris - .75 points Hendo's lifestyle - .5 points Passenger seat - .25 points Spotify wrapped Spotify Wrapped summary Docket Good Drinks financials - ““For example, the Gage Roads range is positioned at the lower end of the higher value beer segment. As discretionary spending tightens, we are seeing people trade down from higher priced craft participants into Single Fin, Sidetrack and Hazy As, driving the growth of the Gage Roads range,” said Hoedemaker.” and this ““At current prices we feel our equity capital is precious, we don't feel the need to acquire brands to achieve our growth ambitions and all of our current capital projects are fully funded by our existing debt facilities and operating cash flows. We will continue to prioritise the growth in volumes and market share of our total portfolio,” he said.” Dan's notes history - focusing more on own brands going back 5+ years, big investment in hospo 3-4 years ago, pulling out of acquisitions in 2022. 2023 lower end of craft, focus on venues, no acquisitions, low cost offering. Used to have the same market cap as Mighty Craft. Market cap now $70m for Good Drinks, $4m for Mighty Craft. Good Drinks are running the Brewpub model at scale - https://theshout.com.au/good-drinks-australia-well-positioned-for-growth/ Full Update PDF here https://cdn-api.markitdigital.com/apiman-gateway/ASX/asx-research/1.0/file/2924-02744183-6A1182288?access_token=83ff96335c2d45a094df02a206a39ff4 What to do when a Storm is Brewing article - https://www.gormansmith.com/blogs/news/hold-fast-what-to-do-when-a-storm-s-brewing 2024 Beverage trends - https://theshout.com.au/beverage-trend-predictions-for-2024/ Mighty Craft appoint Grant's pecker to the board - https://theshout.com.au/mighty-craft-appoints-grant-peck-as-non-executive-chair/ - this is his last company didn't have enough time to deep dive https://www.miragenews.com/asic-sues-mcphersons-and-its-former-ceo-912104/ 2023 Beer and Brewer Awards - https://www.beerandbrewer.com/2023-beer-brewer-awards-winners/ Burleigh Brewing rebrand - https://www.beerandbrewer.com/burleigh-brewing-reposition-their-brand/ Brewing apprenticeship with CIP and Bentspoke - https://brewsnews.com.au/cit-and-bentspoke-to-release-brewing-apprenticeship/ Hendo Reacts HR1 - https://www.instagram.com/reel/Cznc4q8t_aM/?igshid=NTYzOWQzNmJjMA== HR2 - https://vt.tiktok.com/ZSNHtxGNR/ HR3 - https://www.facebook.com/groups/bossandthebrewer/posts/1116774286372951/ HR4 - https://www.instagram.com/reel/CzucjjtRNYV/?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== HR5 - https://www.facebook.com/groups/621725869211131?multi_permalinks=1116774286372951&hoisted_section_header_type=recently_seen HR6 - https://www.instagram.com/p/CzWPS2hK9zn/?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== 12 questions https://www.facebook.com/groups/bossandthebrewer/posts/1116966959687017/
Welcome to the Startup CPG Podcast! I'm Jessi Freitag and it's been my pleasure to be your host for Season 3 of the show since August 2021. It's now time for me to introduce you to your new host for Season 4 of the show, Daniel Scharff. Many of you already know Daniel as he's the founder of Startup CPG and has been hosting webinars, in-person events, and back in the day, lots of Clubhouse sessions for the community. He's extremely active in the CPG community and has deep CPG experience, so I'm really excited for you to meet him today and get excited for the start of Season 4 next Tuesday!Episode Links: Daniel's LinkedIn Find Daniel in the Slack at "Daniel Scharff / Startup CPG" Jessi Freitag's Linkedin or website Jessi's favorite moments from Season 3 rounded up in Episode 100 Show Links: Transcripts of each episode are available on the Transistor platform that hosts our podcast here (click on the episode and toggle to “Transcript” at the top) Join the Startup CPG Slack community (16K+ members and growing!) Follow @startupcpg Questions or ideas for Season 4? Email firstname.lastname@example.org Episode music by Super Fantastics
In this episode of In-Ear Insights, the Trust Insights podcast, Katie and Chris discuss social media marketing and rebuilding a restaurant’s social media presence. They focus on establishing basic consistency first before considering more advanced tactics. They cover the importance of predictability for building trust and meeting audience expectations. You’ll learn an effective approach for [...]Read More... from In-Ear Insights: Social Media Marketing Basics for Food & Beverage
Episode 221 was a members only episode of my talk I gave at TLMI in Colorado Springs. I recorded a few of the talks and plan to release those as well to paid members…Not a paid member?LINKS!Craig Letton LinkedInMRM Global Job PageSpecright SummitSustainable Packaging Podcast w/ Cory ConnorsPackaging Unbox'd with Evelio MattosBeyond the Shelf with Laura FotiSpecright and Packaging InfoMeyers Sustainable Packaging Guide eBookBuy Packaging Peeks Kids bookSponsor information!If you listened to the podcast and wanted to connect with Specright to rid the world of waste. Let's go! www.specright.com/pkg. Prepare your company for the world of EPR laws and be the sustainability hero! Make sure you check them out and join them on their mission to have a world where people are free to make amazing things!Want to buy labels or folding cartons from Meyers? Let's connect up! This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.packagingisawesome.com/subscribe
This episode was sponsored by RangeMe. Go to rangeme.com/startupcpgThis episode was sponsored by Floret. Go to tryfloret.com/startupcpgThis episode was sponsored by Cin7. Go to cin7.com/startupcpgYou know what that sound means - we had another member of the Startup CPG community on Shark Tank! And this time it was previous podcast guests Mafe Romer & Coco Cabezas from TOAST-IT! They join us today to tell us all the details about their Season 15, Episode 2 episode of Shark Tank that aired recently on October 6th. TOAST-IT makes delicious Latin staples, including arepas, that toast up to perfection in under 10 minutes. When Coco and Mafe were on the show back in June 2022, we talked more about their backgrounds, origin story, how they got into Publix, and more, so I've linked that episode in the show notes as well.Listen in today as Mafe & Coco share about: The application process to Shark Tank and behind the scenes of taping the show What it was like to negotiate live with deals on the table from Kevin O'Leary and Daniel Lubetzky and why they went with the $150,000 investment for 20% equity with Daniel How they prepped for the airing of the show and the story of Mafe being 5 months pregnant while taping the show and then welcoming her baby the same week the episode aired! The consumer and retailer response to the episode airing Their tips for brands interested in being on Shark Tank or who are pitching to the Sharks soon And more! I also want to let you know that this is the last episode of Season 3! Feel free to skip ahead 30 seconds to get to the interview, but I wanted to say thank you for those of you that have joined me as listeners, guests, and supporters for Season 3 of the show over the past 2+ years. It means the world to me and it's been an honor to be your host. Season 4 starts next week with your new host, Daniel Scharff, the founder of Startup CPG, so stay tuned!Now let's hear from Coco & Mafe.Episode Links: TOAST-IT website & IG @toastitfoods Coco's LinkedIn & Mafe's LinkedIn Watch Season 15, Episode 2 to see the pitch! Mentions: Camino Partners, Nopalera Our other Startup CPG Podcast episode with Coco & Mafe from June 2022: Data-first, customer-focused, and expanding into Publix Show Links: Transcripts of each episode are available on the Transistor platform that hosts our podcast here (click on the episode and toggle to “Transcript” at the top) Join the Startup CPG Slack community (16K+ members and growing!) Follow @startupcpg Visit host Jessi Freitag's Linkedin or website Questions or ideas for Season 4? Email email@example.com Episode music by Super Fantastics RangeMe Links RangeMe website Listen to our episode (#108) with RangeMe founder, Nicky Jackson here Floret Links:Sign up here for a free 2023 deductions auditCin7 Links:Get a demo or claim your free 14 day trial of Cin7 inventory management software here
Learn how NetSuite Analytics Warehouse can advance your company's data usage: https://bit.ly/44b0ico In this episode of the NetSuite Podcast, Jeff Hampton, senior manager of reporting and analytics at Terlato Wine Group, joins co-host Megan O'Brien. The episode starts with a discussion of Terlato Wine Group, including its origins and current state [1:50]. Jeff then speaks about his role at Terlato around reporting and analytics and his use of NetSuite Analytics Warehouse or NSAW [5:53]. He covers the biggest immediate benefits seen after the company's NetSuite implementation [14:15]. Jeff covers the improvements Terlato has seen to reporting since starting on the platform [19:39]. He delves deeper into the company's choice to adopt NSAW and their usage of the technology [21:20]. Jeff concludes the podcast by discussing Terlato's future plans and NetSuite's role in them [31:37].Follow Us Here:Jeff Hampton: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffery-hampton/ Terlato Wine Group: https://terlato.com/s/ Oracle NetSuiteLinkedIn: http://bit.ly/NetSuiteLIFacebook: http://bit.ly/NetSuiteFBInstagram: http://bit.ly/NetSuiteIGTwitter: http://bit.ly/NetSuiteTW#NetSuite #NSAW #NetSuiteERP
As craft brewers and small business owners, the journey towards success in a rapidly changing market requires not only hard work and creativity, but also strategic foresight and adaptability. That is why Lotus Beverage Alliance is excited to discuss the successful strategies we are seeing among local brewpubs. Small breweries are still alive and well, they just require proper business planning. Led by industry experts and seasoned brewers, Don Marcil and Mike Paladino, this session will equip you with the tools and knowledge needed to thrive and stay ahead of the game despite headwinds and industry consolidation. In this unique presentation, we will discuss: -Market Trends and Analysis Understand the ever-evolving landscape of the craft beverage market, including emerging trends, consumer preferences, and competitive dynamics. Gain actionable insights that will enable you to identify new opportunities and potential pitfalls. -Business Sustainability Learn effective techniques to ensure long-term business sustainability, including financial management, operational efficiency, and resource optimization. Discover how to strike the delicate balance between growth and maintaining the quality and integrity of your craft. -Marketing and Branding Strategies Uncover innovative approaches to differentiate your products in a crowded marketplace and captivate discerning consumers. -Industry Collaboration and Networking Harness strategic partnerships, and learn how sharing knowledge can drive mutual success and unlock new opportunities for growth. Don left his life as a graphic artist to pursue his dream of brewing beer. He enrolled in the American Brewers Guild in 2009 and did a 5 week apprenticeship in Portland Oregon at Hopworks Urban Brewery. In 2010 he was working from the bottom up washing kegs, cleaning brite tanks and fermentation vessels, packaging and finally mastering the hot side operations. During the 1000's of batches brewed, Don was fortunate to learn many styles, techniques and gain the friendship of some incredible brewers. Mike became a professional brewer in 2002 in the great state of Oregon. He has won many awards for his craft brew, and is well known throughout the pro brewing community. His career entailed more than 15 years of brewing, the last three of which have included brewing beer & cidermaking at Sasquatch Brewery & New West Cider. Mike has personally opened multiple breweries throughout his career as a professional brewer. He now works with Lotus Beverage Alliance as a Brewery Design Consultant where he has helped dozens of new breweries plan and configure their brewing systems to fit their unique brewing styles and equipment needs. Learn more at www.LotusBevAlliance.com Huge thanks to Encompass Technologies, Boelter, & Gorman Smith Beverage Equipment for all your support on our Fall Virtual Conference. Join us in-person for CBP Connects | Half workshop, half networking Charleston, SC | December 4-6, 2023 Grab your spot now at https://cbpconnects-charleston.eventbrite.com
In an age of shorter attention spans and higher health hazards, Coca-Cola is rewriting its marketing mantra as the 136-year-old beverage behemoth faces fast-moving and changing Gen Z. In an exclusive conversation, Manolo Arroyo, Global CMO of Coca-Cola Co. spills the beans to host Ratna Bhushan on the future of fizz and using AI to overhaul capturing consumer attention. If you like this episode from Ratna Bhushan, check out other interesting episodes on The Hard Battle for Soft Drinks, Brand Battles: Locals Vs The Giants, Cheeni Kum: The Bitter Truth of Aspartame and more! You can follow Ratna Bhushan on her social media: Twitter and Linkedin. Follow us for the latest episode of ‘The Morning Brief' on your favorite podcast streaming platform: ET Play, The Economic Times Online, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, JioSaavn, Amazon Music and Google Podcasts. Credits for the external clips: CNBC and Coca-Cola AdsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Prosegue il sodalizio tra rum Zacapa e Carlo Cracco all'insegna del gusto e dell'eleganza. Il pregiato distillato guatemalteco e il celebre chef si ritrovano a tavola per celebrare le festività con un'edizione limitata che racconta l'incontro tra una terra magica e l'alta gastronomia italiana. Un regalo perfetto da condividere e mettere sotto l'albero che racchiude in un elegante pack una bottiglia di Zacapa Centenario 23 e uno speciale panettone firmato Carlo Cracco.
Pollicino, la catena di ristoranti dedicata alla famiglia, chiuderà il 2023 con un fatturato previsto di 8,5 milioni di euro, con una presenza media di circa 8.000 coperti settimanali e una crescita del 32% rispetto all'anno precedente. La società creata dagli imprenditori brianzoli Francesco Porcelli, Marco Giorgi e Luca Viterale pianifica la crescita del brand con un piano triennale di espansione, che prevede l'apertura di 9 nuovi punti vendita nel Nord Italia, tra Lombardia, Piemonte, Veneto ed Emilia Romagna.
Le cose buone sono frutto di tempo, passione, esperienza, cura del dettaglio e… scelte. Lo sa bene Mattia Premoli, pasticcere di Treviglio che dalla sua piccola Pasticceria La Primula si è fatto conoscere in tutta Italia grazie alla qualità della linea di prodotti da forno dolci e salati MADRE e alla partecipazione di successo a concorsi nazionali.
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This episode was sponsored by RangeMe. Go to rangeme.com/startupcpgThis episode was sponsored by Floret. Go to tryfloret.com/startupcpgThis episode was sponsored by Cin7. Go to cin7.com/startupcpgWe have a really special episode today - Seth Goldman is back on the show! Over the past couple of years, Seth has come on the show a number of times for what we called the Pure Gold Series to talk field marketing, sustainability, trade shows, and even an “Ask Seth Anything.” I'll link a playlist in the show notes with all our episodes with Seth because they are all so fun, full of wisdom, and were very popular. Seth is Co-Founder and Chief Change Agent of Eat the Change®. Seth is also the Co-Founder of PLNT Burger (which was just named in the top 10 restaurants for vegans by USA Today), Honest Tea, and Chair of the board of Beyond Meat. Last time Seth was on the show, Eat the Change had just launched Just Ice Tea and now the teas are available in over 5,000 stores, which I'm especially grateful for since I LOVE the berry hibiscus tea and want to be able to buy it everywhere. It was so fun to have Seth back on the show to catch us all up!Listen in as Seth shares about: Just Ice Tea's fast growth and how the experience compares to growing Honest Tea Eat the Change's team setup and the importance of good partners How trade spend and field marketing support Just Ice Tea growing in stores Updating the packaging on Cosmic Chews to better connect with consumers How the team decided to discontinue Eat the Change's first product, mushroom jerky Eat the Change's recent $14M raise & the 10 year anniversary of Seth and Barry's graphic novel Mission in a Bottle And more! Make sure to stay until the very end because Seth drops great insights on leadership and mental health and how to prioritize as an entrepreneur pulled in so many different directions.Episode Links: Pure Gold series playlist Eat the Change's website Seth's book - Mission in a Bottle Seth's LinkedIn Just Ice Tea Instagram reel mentioned by Jessi Mentions: Big Geyser, Canada Dry Lansing Show Links: Transcripts of each episode are available on the Transistor platform that hosts our podcast here (click on the episode and toggle to “Transcript” at the top) Join the Startup CPG Slack community (16K+ members and growing!) Follow @startupcpg Visit host Jessi Freitag's Linkedin or website Questions or comments about the episode? Email Jessi at firstname.lastname@example.org Episode music by Super Fantastics RangeMe Links RangeMe website Listen to our episode (#108) with RangeMe founder, Nicky Jackson here Floret Links:Sign up here for a free 2023 deductions auditCin7 Links:Get a demo or claim your free 14 day trial of Cin7 inventory management software here
自从开始这档关于爵士乐的节目，就一直想做一些跟日本爵士有关的内容。但因为我不懂日语，不能阅读第一手的信息，而且国内日爵的专家很多，我不敢献丑，所以一直就搁置了。直到最近，在整理其他内容的时候，偶然的发现了一条暗线，通过两艘船，将日本爵士乐联系了起来。Y4 致力于为都市生活提供陪伴与参考，欢迎大家光临我们位于上海市黄浦区成都南路128号的街头酒吧 - 饮料 Beverage。如果想参考往期播客的文字版，请移步我的小报童：https://xiaobot.net/p/Y4JZWhy for Jazz 开通了微信听友群。我会对进群的朋友一次性收取199元的入群费，作为对本节目的支持。想要进群的朋友可以添加微信号Y4JZXZS，在确认群规及转账成功之后，我会将你拉进本节目的微信群。爵士乐的现场性导致了单纯的音频没办法表现它的全部魅力，因此 Why for Jazz 在小红书和B站开通了视频号。我会在上面分享一些非常哇塞的爵士乐现场，也会发一些自己的视频，欢迎大家点赞关注 Why for Jazz 视频号，作为播客伴侣，配合使用。
Jared Yamamoto, RandiO, Nicole Bennett, Christina Aicklen, MikeB, and Producer George discuss everything from Thanksgiving showdowns to football baptisms. The gang also talks about lying meteorologists, 'Red Cup' resistance, skimpy Oreos, babblin' Biden, and all the BIG stories from November Week 3! Want even more Power Pod? Check out the gang here: https://www.wgauradio.com/on-air/the-power-pod/.
Michael Sabitoni, Professor and Department Chair for Food and Beverage studies, is back in the studio chatting with the guys about all things Beverage. Spirit free is a movement that is here to stay and Michael brings us all up to speed on the latest industry statistics, current trends, and insights into the future of the beverage industry...plus, Nick and Dean pepper him with some great questions to get to know the man behind the data!
Edlynne Laryea, Head of Industry, CPG Food and Beverage at Meta, hosts this episode as we delve into the complexities of marketing strategy with Byron Sharp, Professor of Marketing Science and Director of the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute, University of South Australia. Key Takeaways: (02:34) Attention as a questionable metric in advertising. (03:27) The significance of fleeting ad exposure. (04:24) Short ads can be effective. (04:40) Long-term impact of advertising over immediate sales. (07:45) Overlapping mental and physical availability for brands. (08:39) Frequent, concentrated ad exposure strategy. (13:32) Poorly-targeted advertising. (16:12) The need for more creativity in advertising. (17:30) AI's potential role in marketing. (19:17) Advertising as a long-term investment, especially during recessions. (23:45) Advice for marketers: Be open-minded and skeptical. Keep up with the latest from Meta's Business Engineering Team by following us on Medium. Resources Mentioned: ”How Brands Grow: What Marketers Don't Know” by Byron Sharp #innovation #technology #genz #metaverse #socialmedia #socialmediamarketing
Today we are drafting the Best Alcoholic Drinks of all time! Each person will compile a list and give a dank reasoning behind each one. The Judge, Mr.Cream aka Aaron will make the final decision on who wins. Here is the Total Draft Standings: (s/o HandA on reddit)Chad: 5 wins (6 if you count first draft)JT: 5 wins Strider: 6 wins Chris Parr: 6 winsBrad Fuller: 1 Win (The Ultimate Champ)Joe Marrese: 0 Wins (THE PEOPLES CHAMP) Grab some dank merch: https://shop.chadandjt.com/ Come see us on Tour!Tickets on http://www.chadandjt.com Call us, leave a 60 sec voicemail with your issue or question: 323-418-2019or write in to chadgoesdeeppodccast(at)gmail.com(Start with where you're from and name for best possible advice) Check out the reddit for some dank convo: https://www.reddit.com/r/ChadGoesDeep/ Episode Sponsored by: WATERBOY HYDRATION- The best hangover cure!Get 15% off today! https://www.waterboy.com/goingdeep Rumple- The Best Blankets!Get 10% off today! https://www.rumpl.com/godeep or use code godeep at checkout!
This episode was sponsored by RangeMe. Go to rangeme.com/startupcpgThis episode was sponsored by Floret. Go to tryfloret.com/startupcpgThis episode was sponsored by Cin7. Go to cin7.com/startupcpgI'm so excited to have our friends at Social Nature back on the show! Today we get to chat with Annalea Krebs, founder and CEO of Social Nature, an all-in-one shopper marketing platform powered by 1 million natural shoppers. Because Social Nature has access to so much great data about natural shoppers, we've learned a ton here on the show from them about key trends in natural shopping and who the modern wellness consumer is. I've linked in the show notes our other episodes with Social Nature because they are jam packed with knowledge and always very popular. I'm really excited today to explore Social Nature's new rebate program and what that means for brands driving trial at specific retailers, and I asked Annalea to come with updates on key trends they are seeing in their community, which are really fascinating.Listen in as Annalea shares about: Current top health goals for shoppers Trends on where people are shopping from, including the breakdown on large scale retailers and natural retailers Top product attributes shoppers are looking for Social Nature's recent B-corp certification and what that means Social Nature's new rebate model and how it helps brands drive trial at retail faster and with more data Tips for making the most out of an in-store marketing campaign And more! Social Nature is a proud sponsor of Startup CPG.Episode Links: Social Nature website Annalea's LinkedIn Join the Social Nature community as a consumer here As a CPG Brand, learn more about Social Nature's programs here or contact their team at email@example.com Mentions: Olipop, GoPuff, NotCo NotMilk, Primal Kitchen Learn from & get to know the Social Nature team: Episode #87 How Natural Shoppers are Responding to Inflation with Social Nature's Jessica Malach Episode #50 The Data Behind the Modern Wellness Consumer with Social Nature's Jessica Malach Overview of Digital Sampling with Social Nature founder Annalea Krebs Episodes that mention Social Nature campaigns: Episode #66 Sharing is Caring: How Alison Cayne & Haven's Kitchen share cooking confidence and industry knowledge (Social Nature discussed at 41:15) Episode #86 From Target Buyer to Nationally Launching Upcycled Pet Brand Shameless Pets with James Bello (Social Nature discussed at 37:33) Show Links: Transcripts of each episode are available on the Transistor platform that hosts our podcast here (click on the episode and toggle to “Transcript” at the top) Join the Startup CPG Slack community (15K+ members and growing!) Follow @startupcpg Visit host Jessi Freitag's Linkedin or website Questions or comments about the episode? Email Jessi at firstname.lastname@example.org Episode music by Super Fantastics RangeMe Links RangeMe website Listen to our episode (#108) with RangeMe founder, Nicky Jackson here Floret Links:Sign up here for a free 2023 deductions auditCin7 Links:Get a demo or claim your free 14 day trial of Cin7 inventory management software here
Juliann West first heard about Serenbe in 2014 when her brother and sister-in-law tried convincing her to move here; however, at the time, she didn't think she would ever leave her adopted home of Seattle or the Pacific Northwest. Flash forward to 2018 and Juliann found herself back in Serenbe's orbit, this time as the newly appointed General Manager at the Inn and Farmhouse, a demanding role that she handles with incredible calmness and composure. In fact, it's not uncommon to hear “Juliann is the best” multiple times a day from multiple departments around Serenbe. This week, Stephanie Coyne is back to chat with Juliann about her approach to team building, her calm, cool, and collected demeanor, and the type of employee that tends to thrive in Serenbe. Show NotesThe Inn at SerenbeThe Farmhouse at SerenbeSerenbe Events Calendar Key Words: Serenbe, Hospitality, Hospitality Industry, Food & Beverage, Pacific Northwest, Community, Biophilia, Biophilic Design
Our top food and drink picks for what to try at the 2023 EPCOT Festival of the Holidays, plus first thoughts on Disney's Jollywood Nights as our predictions come true. Can the Jollywood Nights issues be fixed?Foodie Guide to EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays 2023: Top Picks and What's NewBavaria Holiday Kitchen Food Items: Pork Schnitzel with mushroom sauce, spätzle, and braised red cabbage Cheese Fondue in a bread bowl with steamed baby vegetables and marble potatoes Linzer Cookie (Cookie Stroll Item) Beverages: Possmann Pure Hard Apple Cider The Tank Brewing Co. Prost! Festbier Köstritzer Schwarzbier Bitburger (New) Regional Riesling Glühwein: House-made hot spiced wine Beer Flight American Holiday TableFood Items: Slow-roasted Turkey with stuffing, mashed potatoes, green beans, and cranberry sauce Blackened Catfish with Hoppin' John and comeback sauce Gingerbread Cookie (Cookie Stroll Item) Beverages: Crooked Can Brewing Company Bah HOPbug IPA (New) 3 Daughters Brewing Eggnog White Porter Playalinda Brewing Co. Peppermint Chocolate Stout Beer Flight Tangierine Café: Flavors of the Medina Food Items: Grilled Kebabs with carrot-chickpea salad and garlic aïoli (Lamb Kefta or Chermoula Chicken) Stone-baked Moroccan Bread with hummus, chermoula, and zhoug dips (Plant-based) Beverages: Bold Rock Orchard Frost Hard Cider (New) Gulf Stream Brewing Company Holiday Snakebite (New) > Mike's Pick Woodchuck Winter Chill Hard Cider Fig Cocktail with fig vodka and white cranberry juice Hard Cider Flight L'Chaim! Holiday KitchenFood Items: Pastrami on Rye with house-made pickles and deli mustard Smoked Salmon Potato Latke Potato Latkes (Plant-based) Rugalach: Pastry filled with raspberry jam, walnuts, and cinnamon (New) Black and White Cookie (Plant-based) (Cookie Stroll Item) Beverages: Brooklyn Brewery Winter IPA Frozen New York Whiskey Sour featuring Manifest Whiskey and Manischewitz Blackberry Wine Yukon Holiday Kitchen Food Items: Seared Salmon with butternut squash purée, maple-bourbon glaze, and fennel-arugula salad (New) > Mike's Pick Beef Bourguignon with crushed potatoes Snickerdoodle Cookie made with SNICKERS bar pieces (Cookie Stroll Item) Beverages: Frozen Joffrey's Coffee (Non-alcoholic Beverage) 81Bay Brewing Co. Peanut Butter Banana Porter Playalinda Brewing Co. Maple Cookie Blonde Ale Collective Arts Coffee Maple Porter Regional Icewine Regional Red Wine Frozen Joffrey's Coffee with Tap 357 Whisky Beer Flight Holiday Sweets & Treats Food Items: Peppermint Sundae: Chocolate ice cream, whipped cream, and peppermint candyBeverages: Hot Cocoa by Joffrey's Coffee (Non-alcoholic Beverage) Chocolate Peppermint Shake featuring Twinings Peppermint Cheer Tea (Non-alcoholic Beverage) Breckenridge Brewery Christmas Ale Brew Hub Sugar Plum Red Ale (New) Left Hand Brewing Co. Chai Milk Stout (New) Hot Cocoa by Joffrey's Coffee with assorted liqueurs (Baileys Irish Cream Liqueur, Buffalo Trace Bourbon Cream Liqueur, or Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey) Chocolate Peppermint Shake: Twinings Peppermint Cheer Tea and whipped cream vodka Beer flight Refreshment Port Food Item:Turkey Poutine: Sweet potato fries with turkey gravy, cranberry relish, and crispy onionsBeverages: Gingerbread Milk Shake (Non-alcoholic Beverage) Eggnog (Non-alcoholic Beverage) Keel Farms Hard Pumpkin Cider (New) Pasek Cellars Cranberry Wine Gingerbread Milk Shake with Whipped Cream Vodka Firenog: Eggnog with Fireball Cinnamon Whisky NEW! Swirled Showcase Food Items: Mickey-shaped Liquid Nitro Cake Soft-serve in a Waffle Cone: Vanilla, apple-cinnamon, and salted caramel Cream Soda Float with vanilla soft-serve Fanta Grape Float with vanilla soft-serve Beverages: Frozen Apple Pie (Non-alcoholic Beverage) > Mike's Pick Cinnamon Apple Cider (Non-alcoholic Beverage) > Mike's Pick 3 Daughters Brewing Toasted Coconut Porter 3 Daughters Brewing Toasted Coconut Porter Float with salted caramel soft-serve Berry Fizz Fragolino Red Sparkling Wine Float with vanilla soft-serve NEW! Bubbles & Brine Food Items: Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail with prosecco cocktail sauce and grilled lemon Jonah Crab Claw Cocktail with stone-ground mustard sauce Beverages: Moët & Chandon Impérial Veuve Clicquot Rosé Dom Pérignon NEW! Wine & WedgeFood Items: Assorted Artisanal Cheeses and Accompaniments Boursin Fig & Balsamic Soufflé with fig tapenade Southern Pimento Cheese with bread-and-butter pickled vegetables and grilled bread Artist Palette of Wine and Cheese: Assorted artisanal cheeses and accompaniments paired with Selbach-Oster Zeltinger Sonnenuhr Riesling Spätlese, Hartley Apple Brandy, and Florida Orange Groves Winery Black and Blue Port > Mike's Pick Beverages: Selbach-Oster Zeltinger Sonnenuhr Riesling Spätlese Hartley Apple Brandy Florida Orange Groves Winery Black and Blue Port Flight NEW! Char & Chop Food Items: Roasted Porchetta with lemon-parsley salsa verde and shaved fennel salad Grilled IMPOSSIBLE Spicy Sausage with herbed polenta, puttanesca sauce & ricotta > Mike's Pick Meat Assorti: Trio of shaved meats with baby arugula, pickled mustard seeds, truffle oil, and grilled ciabatta Beverages: Krombacher Pilsner North Coast Laguna Baja Vienna Lager Motorworks Brewing Midnight Espresso Coffee Porter GoGi ‘Birdie' Pinot Noir Bloody Mary with Seaside Grown Bloody Mary Mix and Kurvball Barbecue Whiskey Beer Flight Refreshment OutpostFood Items: Peanut stew with sweet potatoes, mustard greens, and roasted peanuts (Plant-based) DOLE Whip Raspberry Beverages: Ciderboys Caramel Apple Hard Cider (New) 81Bay Brewing Co. Cinnamon Orange Cranberry Ale (New) Ivanhoe Park Brewing Co. Gingerbread White Stout (New) Pumpkin Spice Ginger Cocktail featuring Boyd & Blair Potato Vodka (New) Nochebuena Cocina Food Items: Tamale with chorizo, plant-based cotija cheese and spicy red chile sauce (Plant-based) Pernil: Mojo pork with tostones and ketchup-mayonnaise Spiced Chocolate Cookie (Cookie Stroll Item) Beverage: Ponche Navideño: Mexican Christmas punch with apples, pears, guava, oranges, dried hibiscus, brown sugar, tamarind, cinnamon sticks, and clove (Non-alcoholic beverage) (New) > Mike's Pick 81Bay Brewing Co. Horchata Beer Holiday Hearth Desserts Food Items: Mint Chocolate Mousse Wreath (New) > Mike's Pick Apple Caramel Crumb Cake (New) Chocolate-covered Toffee Brittle (New) Red Velvet Mini Bundt Cake with Cream Cheese Icing Salted Caramel Spaceship Earth Cookie Mouse Crunch made with M&M'S chocolate candies Peppermint Pinwheel Cookie (Cookie Stroll Item) Beverages: Hot Cocoa by Joffrey's Coffee (Non-alcoholic Beverage) Frozen Caramel Hot Chocolate with TWIX cookie bar pieces and whipped cream (Non-alcoholic Beverage) (New) Wicked Weed Brewing Jack Frost IPA (New) BrewDog It's a Beaut Stout (New) Wicked Weed Brewing Milk & Cookies Imperial Milk Stout Peppermint Cocoa: Hot cocoa by Joffrey's Coffee with peppermint schnapps Beer Flight Le Marché de Noël Holiday KitchenFood Items: Crème de Saumon Fumé en Brioche à l'Aneth, Concombre: Cream of smoked salmon in house-made dill brioche bread with cucumber (New) Rôti de Jambon Sauce Moutarde à l'Ancienne, Patate Douce Rôties: Roasted ham with mushrooms, pearl onions, bacon, mustard sauce, and roasted sweet potatoes Bûche de Noël au Pain D'Épices, Ganache Chocolat au Lait et Noisettes: Gingerbread Christmas log with milk chocolate and hazelnut ganache (New) > Mike's Pick Beverages: Frozen Hot Chocolate Martini: Grey Goose La Vanille Vodka, chocolate milk, whipped cream Le Joyeux de Noël: Vodka, Grey Goose Vodka, cold brew coffee, sea salt caramel toffee, and peppermint (New) > Mike's Pick Blood Orange Mimosa: Pol Remy Sparkling Wine, orange juice, and blood orange (New) Tuscany Holiday Kitchen Food Items: Montanara: Fried house-made pizza dough with pomodoro sauce, parmesan, and fresh basil (New) > Mike's Pick Farfalle Salmone Affumicato: Farfalle pasta with smoked salmon and cream sauce (New) Torta Caprese: Flourless chocolate torta with chocolate sauce and vanilla cream (New) Dolce Pizza: Fried house-made pizza dough with sugar and cinnamon (New) > Mike's Pick Beverages: Prosecco Moscato Chianti Italian Sangria (Red or White) Italian Margarita with tequila and limoncello Peroni Pilsner Shanghai Holiday Kitchen Food Items: Chicken Skewer with creamy peanut sauce Beef and Noodle Soup Bowl with slow-braised beef shank, green onion, and house-made chili oil Vegetable Spring Rolls with citrus sauce Beverages: Bubble Tea: Classic milk tea with black and white boba pearls Brew Hub Year of the Dragon - Dragon Fruit Lager Butterfly Lantern: butterfly pea blossom gin, vodka, prickly pear, lychee, soda water, boba (New) Kung Fu Master with vodka, triple sec, mango, orange juice, and soda water The Lucky Mo with citrus vodka, peach schnapps, piña colada mix, orange juice, and soda water Shi Wasu Holiday Kitchen Food Items: Sushi Tree: Sushi roll with krab meat and cream cheese topped with Aonori seaweed, Ikura salmon roe, and spicy mayonnaise New Year Celebration Soba: Buckwheat soba noodles in a hot dashi soup with yuzu, shrimp tempura, and chopped green onion Sweet Potato Mochi Cake: Gooey sweet potato mochi cake with purple sweet potato cream, strawberry, black sugary syrup, and sesame seeds (New) Beverages: Ichigo Milk Boba: Cranberry and yuzu cream drink featuring Japanese calpico soft drink and popping strawberry boba pearls (Non-alcoholic Beverage) Japanese Christmas Punch: Shōchū, plum wine, cranberry, and lemon Choya Sparkling Plum Wine (New) Sapporo Premium Beer Las Posadas Holiday Kitchen Food Items: Giant Tostada de Chorizo: Giant tostada with chipotle black bean purée, ground chorizo, salsa verde, queso cotija, crema Mexicana, and pickled onions (New) > Mike's Pick Tamale de Barbacoa: Shredded barbacoa beef in a corn masa topped with mole negro, queso cotija, crema Mexicana, and pickled onions (New) > Mike's Pick Dulce de Leche Churro sprinkled with cinnamon-sugar Beverages: Apple Margarita: Centinela Blanco Tequila, apple purée, black tea-cinnamon cordial, and Nixta Corn Liqueur topped with whipped cream and holiday salt (New) Horchata Margarita: Cinnamon-infused Ilegal Mezcal, Abasolo Corn Whiskey, Agua de Horchata, and cinnamon-horchata rum Holiday Cerveza: Mexican Artisanal Craft Lager with black curran liqueur (New) Funnel CakeHoliday Cinnamon Celebration Funnel Cake topped with powdered sugar, vanilla ice cream, cinnamon cookie crunch, cream cheese whipped cream, and gold dust inspired by the culinary treasures of the Kingdom of Rosas in Disney's all-new animated musical film, “Wish”Connections Café Food Item:Holiday Sugar Cookie (Cookie Stroll Item) Connections Eatery Beverages: So Many Wishes: Pomegranate-green tea, hibiscus, lemon, a dash of star dust (Non-alcoholic) Coquito Milk Shake (Non-alcoholic beverage) Coquito Milk Shake with Bacardí Superior Rum Sunshine SeasonsFood Item: Jingle Sugar Cookie made with M&M'S chocolate candies (Cookie Stroll Item) Joffrey's Coffee & Tea CompanyHorchata Cold Brew: Joffrey's Shakin' Jamaican Cold Brew and horchata topped with whipped cream and cinnamon (Non-alcoholic) (Spirited version available with Creamy Spiced Rum) -- Disneyland Fantasamic will be back on May 24, 2024Thank You for Listening to the Disney Travel PodcastThank you very much for listening to this episode, Amelia and I hope that you enjoyed it. 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Ever wonder how a world-class marketer transitions from managing multi-billion dollar CPG brands to running the food and beverage department of the popular retail giant Target Corporation? Imagine the thrill of going from a government major, to acquiring a JD/MBA, to becoming the CMO of Target, and ultimately, the Executive Vice President of Food and Beverage. This intriguing journey is none other than that of our esteemed guest, Rick Gomez. He opens up about his exciting pivot from CPG to retail, his successful marketing strategies for young audiences, and his notable board roles at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Latino and Wendy's Corporation.In this deep-dive conversation, Rick sheds light on his rewarding transition from being a CMO at Pepsi to his current role at Target. Get ready to explore his motivation behind this significant career change, his tenacity in overcoming the challenges that arose during the transition, and how he's making a difference working with frontline store representatives across America. Rick also gives us a peek into his aspiration of becoming a CEO and shares the invaluable lessons he's gleaned over the past three years.We also venture into the unique way Target approaches food and beverage, transitioning from simply selling to celebrating food. Rick discusses how Target harnesses affordability, ease, and convenience to foster communal experiences around food and beverage. We delve into the exciting innovations that Target has introduced, like the ability to order Starbucks via their Drive Up service. Moreover, Rick shares how Target works in concert with vendors, suppliers, and merchants to deliver 'affordable joy' to its guests and the importance of personal branding and authentic leadership in today's competitive market.
In this episode Scott Miller shares his journey from working on the warehouse floor at Pepsi to becoming a CEO, emphasizing the importance of continuous learning and having a clear 'north star'. They discuss the importance of self-reflection and constructive dissatisfaction in personal and professional growth. Miller also shares details about his project YESLY Water, and his book, "The Summit Mindset", highlighting the chapters on courage and faith. He concludes by discussing his vision for a company culture where everyone feels valued and involved. Scott Miller, a seasoned leader in the beverage industry, boasts over three decades of expertise, notably as CEO of Tampico Beverages and key roles at Snapple and PepsiCo. His leadership facilitated Tampico's global expansion and successful transition to an ESOP fund. As CEO of Essentia, he navigated the company through challenging times, laying the groundwork for its acquisition by Nestlé. Post-Essentia, Scott co-founded YESLY Water with Ken Uptain, aiming for national distribution by 2023. With a passion for transformational leadership, he prioritizes a people-first culture. Scott's upcoming book, "The Summit Mindset," co-authored with James C. Moore, shares his leadership insights, slated for release in September 2023. Whether you are a C-Suite Leader of today or tomorrow, take charge of your career with confidence and leverage the insights of The CEO's Compass: Your Guide to Get Back on Track. To learn more about The CEO's Compass, you can get your copy here: https://amzn.to/3AKiflR Other episodes you'll enjoy: C-Suite Goal Setting: How To Create A Roadmap For Your Career Success - http://bit.ly/3XwI55n Natalya Berdikyan: Investing in Yourself to Serve Others on Apple Podcasts -http://bit.ly/3ZMx8yw Questions to Guarantee You Accomplish Your Goals - http://bit.ly/3QASvymSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Happy Veterans Day! On this episode the Listen Local guys catch up Emma Nelson, Assistant Director of Food and Beverage at Grand View Lodge. Emma comes on the show to talk about the recent and upcoming events at GVL, including the Grand Brewfest who they are actually partnering with Lakes Area Heroes on. Find out all about that, and so much more happening at Grand View. Next, Pequot Lakes Chief of Police Mike Davis comes on to talk Veterans Day. Chief Davis, who was a Paratrooper in the Army, tells us about some of his most memorable stories while in the Military and also what Veterans Day means to him. He also discusses how recruitment has changed over the years. Thanks again to Mike for hopping on this Veteran's Day show and more importantly, thanks for his service! Also discussed on this episode, local sports STATE updates, hunting, the Vikings and much, much more! Thanks to all of you, our amazing listeners, and of course thank you so much to our sponsors Hanneken Insurance, Lakes Area CPAs, Outlet Recreation Crosslake, Posture Pro Chiropractic and our presenting sponsor Tyler Gardner with Pequot Lakes and Gull Lake Sanitation! Instagram: ListenLocalMNBlazeAirMNWoodsToWaterMNNorthwoodsAgent Facebook:Listen Local MNBlazeAirMNWoodsToWaterMN
Ever wondered about the magic that goes into crafting your favourite cannabis beverages? My guest today, Daniel Klompstra, the cannabis ingredient specialist at Boston Beer Company, is here to uncover the secrets. His journey from becoming a Certified Ganjier to landing his dream role at Boston Beer is nothing short of fascinating. He plays a crucial role in developing a dispensary favourite in the cannabis beverages market, Teapot Iced Tea. Our conversation takes you through the challenges of cannabis beverages. Picture this: a relaxed evening with sessionable cannabis beverages that complement your vibe perfectly. Sounds appealing, right? But there's more to it than meets the palate. With an increasing focus on health-conscious choices, we discuss the future of this industry, sharing personal experiences about visiting dispensaries and the excitement of introducing family and friends to cannabis beverages. Join me as we embark on an insider peek into the world of beverage formulation with Certified Ganjier Dan.Join the Bite Me Cannabis Club today! The first 100 members can use code BITEMETHANKYOU23 at checkout for a free lifetime membership! Get your copy of the Bite Me Edibles Journal on Amazon now. Support the showFind all the links you need in one place - website, product codes & deals, free potency calculator, episodes & more!
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On this Episode of No Brains No Headache Podcast, Matt and Jordan discuss the following topics: -DPR of the Week -Jordan's trip to New York City -Matt quizzes Jordan on most consumed beverages -Confusion of beer delivery methods -Phrogging -Mini Helmet Fantasy Football Available on: Apple. Subscribe + rate + review. Spotify. Follow along. Anchor. Our creation platform. iHeartRadio. Or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. New episode every Tuesday! Twitter. https://twitter.com/nbnhpodcast Instagram. https://www.instagram.com/nbnhpodcast/ Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/nbnhpodcast YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQbXoHzYhhDigOaNXVYdK3g Tik Tok. @NBNHPodcast
This follows one of our most popular ever episodes (episode 19: Budgeting all your questions answered). In this sequel episode, new and returning guests answer all your new burning budget and forecasting questions and challenges. Joining us in the budget and forecasting war-room are: Alejandra Boggione, FP&A Manager and Senior Business Controller, FASTA Follow ⏩https://www.linkedin.com/in/alejandraboggione/ Andrew Childress, FP&A Solutions Consultant Datarails (ex finance at Accupac, One Inc and Flint Group) Follow ⏩https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewrchildress/ Annette deYoung, Senior FP&A Solutions Consultant, Datarails (ex finance at JL Clark, Berner Food & Beverage, Fairbanks Morse Engine) Follow ⏩ https://www.linkedin.com/in/ahdeyoung/ Some of the questions tackled in this LinkedIn Live episode of FP&A Today (November 2023): What's budgeting and forecasting good for? How do you approach budgeting in consulting firms? Which type of budget process works best (top down or bottom up?) How can FP&A be the bridge between the two? How does the budget work in a startup? What is the linkage between forecasting and the model? How can finance best prepare for the budget ahead of time to avoid crazy late nights? Revisiting the previous year's budget – (what can be cut)? How can you ensure alignment between the financial plan and operational plan? Static annual budget versus a rolling forecast? How do budgets help with inflation challenges? How do you kickstart scenario planning? How often should you reforecast? FP&A Today is brought to you by Datarails the AI-powered Financial Planning and Analysis platform for Excel users.
This episode was sponsored by RangeMe. Go to rangeme.com/startupcpgThis episode was sponsored by Floret. Go to tryfloret.com/startupcpgThis episode was sponsored by Cin7. Go to cin7.com/startupcpgToday I'm excited to feature another of the backpack brand winners from Startup CPG's Mic Drop party at Expo East: Crooked Owl! Crooked Owl is the first probiotic, shelf stable, 5% ABV tepache brand on the market. They are also a member of 1% for the Planet. Through this partnership, they contribute one percent of profits to support underserved communities and sustainable agriculture practices in Mexico. We're joined today by founders Cam Bailey & Dave Bailey. Mic Drop attendees loved Crooked Owl's products, so I'm excited for you to learn more.Listen in as Cam & Dave share about: How they got started brewing tepache Their branding process Tips for navigating the highly regulated alcohol industry Their Mic Drop / Expo East experience And more! Episode Links: Crooked Owl website Cam's LinkedIn Dave's LinkedIn Mentions: Liquid Data Show Links: Transcripts of each episode are available on the Transistor platform that hosts our podcast here (click on the episode and toggle to “Transcript” at the top) Join the Startup CPG Slack community (15K+ members and growing!) Follow @startupcpg Visit host Jessi Freitag's Linkedin or website Questions or comments about the episode? Email Jessi at email@example.com Episode music by Super Fantastics RangeMe Links RangeMe website Listen to our episode (#108) with RangeMe founder, Nicky Jackson here Floret Links:Sign up here for a free 2023 deductions auditCin7 Links:Get a demo or claim your free 14 day trial of Cin7 inventory management software here
Galen Schuler, Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Affairs for Green Diamond Resources, joined Sarah Stauffer Curtis, a Partner in Stoel Rives' Environment, Land Use & Natural Resources practice group, to discuss navigating the intricate landscape of protected species issues within timberland contexts. Drawing from his experience in implementing and developing plans and agreements related to protected species, Schuler gives his perspective on proposed regulations, litigation, and habitat conservation plans.
One of the staple fall activities of the northeast is to head to an orchard, pick your own apples, and enjoy some apple cider on the farm. Since cannabis has become more popular in drinks, one of the northeast's best-known apple cider makers, Beak and Skiff, has started incorporating hemp and cannabis into their drink offerings, and it's already helping to change the way people see the plant.In this episode, host Brit Smith talks to Eddie Brennan, President of Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards and ayrloom cannabis in Lafayette, NY, about the famed cider company's new cannabis-infused drinks.Eddie talks about the century-old fruit farm's history, how the two families have continued to innovate the brand's offerings since the early 1900s, and where cannabis fits into their line now.They also discuss the farming angle of adding cannabis plants to the ground, the changes cannabis drinks are bringing to agro-tourism, and how family-run companies like Beak and Skiff adding alcohol alternatives can help reduce the stigma of their new cannabis crop.Read more about Beak and Skiff in the new fall 2023 issue of Different Leaf magazine, available at DifferentLeaf.com or on thousands of newsstands; find your local seller at DifferentLeaf.com/on-the-newsstandFollow us on social media @DifferentLeaf and @BritTheBritishAnd check out our merch line at xDifferentLeaf.com
If there's one thing consistent about Glanbia each year, it's that the global nutrition group always makes at least one acquisition. Glanbia Performance Nutrition is one of two wholly-owned segments of Glanbia plc (LON:GLB), a multibillion-dollar global nutrition company. The brands in the Glanbia Performance Nutrition portfolio include; Optimum Nutrition, BSN, think!, Isopure, Amazing Grass, and SlimFast. I'll use the recent earnings report, earnings call, and associated news to update you on how Glanbia Nutritionals and Glanbia Performance Nutrition is performing against the complex operating environment. Glanbia Performance Nutrition had 2023 YTD revenue increased 2.7% YoY, but that was a sequential slowdown from the first six months in 2023. The brand portfolio continued to have strong pricing power in the market (with it being up 8.9%), but volume was down 6.2%. Additionally, I'll dive deeper into Glanbia Performance Nutrition geographical and product categorial performance (performance nutrition, healthy lifestyle, and weight management). BTW I'm thinking about the creation of a change.org petition for the Glanbia Performance Nutrition division name to be amended to The Optimum Nutrition Company. This one brand alone now accounts for 61% of the total GPN revenue. In the first nine months of 2023, Optimum Nutrition had 14.5% growth coming from both pricing and volume gains…and U.S. market retail consumption growth in tracked channels was 9.5% over the twelve-week period ending September 10, 2023. Finally, I talk through a collection of hot takes or things I'm left pondering about Glanbia at this current time. These include where the struggling legacy brand SlimFast sits inside of an evolving weight management category that has seen huge spikes in GLP-1 drugs (e.g. Ozempic, Wegovy, etc.), why Optimum Nutrition needs to grow its protein RTD beverage offering, and why Optimum Nutrition needs to go back to the drawing board with Amino Energy to win any share in the energy drinks market. FOLLOW ME ON MY SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS LINKEDIN - https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshuaschallmba YOUTUBE - www.youtube.com/c/joshuaschall TWITTER - https://www.twitter.com/joshua_schall INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/joshua_schall FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/jschallconsulting --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/joshua-schall/support
Where have we been? Well…if you rewind a few weeks Felicia had a skin infection that lead to a cold and after that Selena was gone for a week on vacation, so here we are now. We try the new Poppi drink, rant about men and airports with a little bit of football, but what else is new? See you next Wednesday #peace Where you can find us! Selcat's insta: https://www.instagram.com/cashdaddy7/ Feeb's insta: https://www.instagram.com/febe818/ Wanna send us hate mail? firstname.lastname@example.org
Hard tea and spritzer brand Loverboy is getting into the non-alcoholic space with a pair of 6-packs: lemon iced tea and white tea peach. Loverboy SVP of sales Derek Hahm and SVP of commercial strategy Todd Anderson discussed the launch of the brand, and how it will be incorporated into the Bravo reality series. Hahm and Anderson also discuss Loverboy's goals in the hard tea category, the advantage of working with a Bravolebrity and Loverboy's strategy of working with beer wholesalers.
因为工作原因，节目耽误了一段时间，但是我们又回来了！并且会开启一段密集更新的阶段，希望大家继续保持对我们的关注和支持 ：）今天这档节目，我们回到灵魂乐。说到灵魂乐，你第一个想到的也许是我们第 55 期聊过的Ray Charles。然而真正的 King of Soul，却是 Sam Cooke。Sam Cooke 对于音乐的贡献，并不仅仅局限于灵魂乐。他跨出了在那个年代看起来非常艰难的一步，而这一步彻底的改变了流行音乐的面貌。然而一场离奇的死亡，让 Sam Cooke 彻底停留在了三十三岁。Y4 致力于为都市生活提供陪伴与参考，欢迎大家光临我们位于上海市黄浦区成都南路128号的街头酒吧 - 饮料 Beverage。如果想参考往期播客的文字版，请移步我的小报童：https://xiaobot.net/p/Y4JZWhy for Jazz 开通了微信听友群。我会对进群的朋友一次性收取199元的入群费，作为对本节目的支持。想要进群的朋友可以添加微信号Y4JZXZS，在确认群规及转账成功之后，我会将你拉进本节目的微信群。爵士乐的现场性导致了单纯的音频没办法表现它的全部魅力，因此 Why for Jazz 在小红书和B站开通了视频号。我会在上面分享一些非常哇塞的爵士乐现场，也会发一些自己的视频，欢迎大家点赞关注 Why for Jazz 视频号，作为播客伴侣，配合使用。
This episode was sponsored by RangeMe. Go to rangeme.com/startupcpgToday I'm excited to feature one of the backpack brand winners from Startup CPG's Mic Drop party at Expo East: Neeshi! Neeshi makes naturally nourishing and hormone balancing treats for menstruation through menopause. We're joined today by founder Gita Vellanki. The Startup CPG team loves Neeshi's products and so did Mic Drop attendees, so I can't wait for you to learn more.Listen in as Gita shares about: How Neeshi got started from branding to packaging to recipes to how Neeshi's products have helped her and her family and now so many others Her experience with SKU Starting in retail with Celery Retail How she's grown Neeshi's subscribers What's next for Neeshi And more! Episode Links: Neeshi website Gita's LinkedIn Show Links: Transcripts of each episode are available on the Transistor platform that hosts our podcast here (click on the episode and toggle to “Transcript” at the top) Join the Startup CPG Slack community (15K+ members and growing!) Follow @startupcpg Visit host Jessi Freitag's Linkedin or website Questions or comments about the episode? Email Jessi at email@example.com Episode music by Super Fantastics RangeMe Links RangeMe website Listen to our episode (#108) with RangeMe founder, Nicky Jackson here
Today we are taking some questions from our Bougie Mailbag! Mackenzie is live from Ireland and sharing some of the dumb mistakes she has made on this trip, for you to avoid. We discuss apps that you can use to track your points, miles, offers, and credits across multiple award accounts. We also touch on buying groups, the pros, cons, and our personal horror stories. In this episode, Angel and Mackenzie chat about: The key item Mackenzie forgot to bring to Ireland A mistake to avoid when booking rental cars in Ireland How to use the $200 FHR credit from Amex How to maximize your $100 Food and Beverage credit with FHR/THC The tools and apps that we use to track our credit cards, credit card points, air miles, and hotel points What are buying groups, and how they can be used to earn points Bad experiences we have both had when using buying gorups Mistakes Mackenzie and Angel have made that have gotten them banned from various places (so you can avoid!) ...and more! You can find our FREE Travel Hacking Beginner's Blueprint Here: https://dashboard.mailerlite.com/forms/457913/90732056966858389/share And, our Bougie in a Backpack Bundle here: It includes 2 mini-Travel Hacking Courses. https://subscribepage.io/t60qnt If you missed out on any of our challenges you can get access to the replays to our 5-day Stacking Challenge here: https://subscribepage.io/ft7IWE And for our Travel Hacking Challenge replays here: https://subscribepage.io/Dv7KLo And for our Southwest Challenge here: https://subscribepage.io/0GD8XY The below are affiliate and referral links, and we may receive a commission if you sign up. We appreciate your support! Download CardPointers to know the right card to use when, and to track your credit card offers across cards! Using this link, you can save 30% or more on a Pro membership. cardpointers.com/bougie Sign up for Travel Freely and download the App for free to organize your credit cards! https://my.travelfreely.com/share?bref=bbmp Be sure to join our facebook community: facebook.com/groups/bougieinabackpack Want to submit a question or comment to our Bougie Mailbag? You can do so here: https://forms.gle/Hb3iAbCfsK5BWnii8 Join Fluz and earn up to 25% back on your first two purchases joinfluz.app.link/BOUGIE Join Rakuten and get $30 after your first purchase! www.rakuten.com/r/BOUGIE156 Bougie in a Backpack is part of an affiliate sales network and receives compensation for sending traffic to partner sites, such as Milevalue.com. This compensation may impact how and where links appear. This site does not include all financial companies or all available financial offers. Terms apply to American Express benefits and offers. Enrollment may be required for select American Express benefits and offers. Visit americanexpress.com to learn more. All of our favorite cards are listed here if you want to learn more! milevalue.com/best-credit-cards/?aff=biab Some of our favorite business cards are listed below if you want to learn about them: https://milevalue.com/creditcards/chase-ink-business-unlimited/?aff=biab https://milevalue.com/creditcards/chase-ink-business-cash/?aff=biab https://milevalue.com/creditcards/chase-ink-business-preferred/?aff=biab Find us on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bougieinabackpack/ https://www.instagram.com/travelhacksmack https://www.instagram.com/pennywisetraveler
Smita Reddy, Global Chair of the Food & Beverage sector, Global Client Leader at Edelman. Smita's a marketer who's always been particularly drawn to purpose-driven brands and has spent most of her career at Edelman, helping to mold the famed agency into what it is today. We wanted to chat with Smita to dig into the distinct responsibility big brands have to both broaden and change the conversation about women's health and wellness.
Welcome back, fellow spirits enthusiasts, to another captivating episode of Distillery Nation Podcast! In the latest of the Distillery Nation Podcast, we sit down with Matt McGinnis, the President and Founder of Big Thirst Marketing, a full-service company specializing in the beverage alcohol industry. In this episode, we delve into the fascinating journey of a marketing expert who transitioned from the wine world into the realm of craft spirits. Matt's journey is an inspiring tale of entrepreneurial spirit and dedication. He started in the wine industry, but as the craft distillery boom took off, he swiftly adapted to help distilleries market and sell their unique products. From his humble beginnings to the thriving business he leads today, Matt shared valuable insights on driving demand for craft beverages. In our engaging conversation, we covered various topics, including the intricacies of marketing in the alcohol space, the challenges of navigating the off-premises market, and the growth potential of direct-to-consumer sales. Matt's wealth of experience shines through as he offers tips and strategies for distilleries looking to succeed in this competitive industry.
There seems to be an “anything goes attitude” emerging within the beverage industry. Want to make an alcoholic Mountain Dew? Sure! Want to create a caffeine-free Monster Energy with alcohol? Sounds wonderful! And if you want to make fun of a product concept on April Fool's Day one year…and reveal commercial plans for basically the same thing the next year, we're here for it! Well…if you haven't heard yet, White Claw will be launching a non-alcoholic premium seltzer soon. White Claw 0% will come in four flavor variants, include electrolytes, and contain 15 calories per can. What's next from the Mark Anthony Group…Mike's Non-Alcoholic Lemonade? Hey…if beverage IP is truly holistic, then alcoholic beverages should be able to transition into non-alcoholic beverages, right? But on face value this feels a tad bit weird though… FOLLOW ME ON MY SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS LINKEDIN - https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshuaschallmba YOUTUBE - www.youtube.com/c/joshuaschall TWITTER - https://www.twitter.com/joshua_schall INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/joshua_schall FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/jschallconsulting --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/joshua-schall/support
Dooley is back! He endured the pain of THE Armageddon Jerky. PagPag, it's just deep fried. What is some unpopular food opinions you agree with? Did you know America has a bunch of Wine Regions? Make sure your Ring has some ALIEN encounters to make you a millionaire!
This episode was sponsored by RangeMe. Go to rangeme.com/startupcpgI'm so excited today to learn from Twrl Milk Tea, a long time and very active member of the Startup CPG Community! We're joined by co-founder Olivia Chen, and Twrl was recently a Shelfies finalist for their Ube milk tea. Twrl Milk Tea makes the world's first canned milk tea made with pea milk and single-origin, non-GMO, organic tea, and they also make chewy cafe style boba toppings, which are the new sprinkles! Twrl is women & minority owned, and they were recently certified as a women-owned business by Women's Business Enterprise National Council. Twrl launched in 2021 and has accomplished so much in the last couple years that I can't wait to dig into.Listen in as Olivia shares about: How Twrl got started and behind the scenes of starting a new category Their recent retail launches with Central Market, Wegman's, and in just a week, nationwide with Sprouts, and tips for standing out to retailers Twrl's marketing, press, and event strategies and how they leverage unique moments like Pop Up Grocer and getting an advertisement in New York City's Times Square Their test with Costco and tips for testing your team's infrastructure and evaluating retail opportunities And more! Episode Links: Twrl Milk Tea website Twrl's Cookbook Zine: Boba is the New Sprinkle Olivia's LinkedIn Show Links: Transcripts of each episode are available on the Transistor platform that hosts our podcast here (click on the episode and toggle to “Transcript” at the top) Join the Startup CPG Slack community (15K+ members and growing!) Follow @startupcpg Visit host Jessi Freitag's Linkedin or website Questions or comments about the episode? Email Jessi at firstname.lastname@example.org Episode music by Super Fantastics RangeMe Links RangeMe website Listen to our episode (#108) with RangeMe founder, Nicky Jackson here