Report: Diet Coke debuting limited-edition can
ATLANTA — After announcing that it would roll out a 1.25-liter package for several of its soft drink brands, Coca-Cola reportedly also is revamping its Diet Coke cans, according to a published report.
Diet Coke, which has been on the market since 1982, will debut a limited-edition can that will make its way to stores shelves next month, according to Adweek.
The can redesign, which includes super-sized letters, was developed by Turner Duckworth, which is responsible for the brand redesign for Coca-Cola and brand creation of Diet Coke Plus, according the design firm’s website.
No comments found
J.M. Smucker reduces coffee products’ list price
ORRVILLE, Ohio — After raising the list price for many of its coffee products in late May, J.M. Smucker announced that it has cut the cost.
The company said that the list price for items sold under such brand names as Folgers, Dunkin’ Donuts and Folgers Gourmet Selections, were reduced by an average of 6% due to declines in the green coffee futures market.
J.M. Smucker added that it holds a license for the Dunkin’ Donuts brand and sells the brand-name packaged coffee products across various retail channels, not including Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants.
No comments found
ECRM announces memorial service celebrating founder Charlie Bowlus
CLEVELAND — ECRM posted a memorial to founder Charlie Bowlus on its website over the weekend and provided details regarding a celebratory gathering here a week from Monday.
"It is with utmost sadness that we must share the passing of Charlie Bowlus, founder of ECRM," the memorial read. "Charlie would not want us to mourn his death. Rather, he would want us to celebrate his tremendous life and further his passion and vision for improving the way companies do business. … We at ECRM have been blessed to work for a man that has shaped the industry with his will, leadership and vision. These qualities epitomize what we will continue to stand for in the future."
ECRM will be hosting the memorial at the Cleveland Browns Stadium at City View Club Lounge on Monday, Aug. 22, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. As for attire: "Dress as Charlie would."
ECRM also has created a Web page where ECRM attendees and employees can share memories, stories or comments of Charlie here.
Charley Bowlus was one of a kind. A visionary who truly made a positive difference in the consumer products industry. Those who knew Charley, will miss him.