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Who Distributes Hubert’S Lemonade?

Who owns Hansen’s juice?

In June 2015, The Coca-Cola Company took ownership of Hansen’s juice products and sodas, Hubert’s Lemonade, Blue Sky sodas, Peace Tea and other non-energy drink brands, in exchange for their energy drink brands. The Coca-Cola Company bought a 16.7% stake for $2.15 billion in Monster Beverage Corp in 2015.

The company sells thirteen fruit juices in 64-ounce PET bottles, several of which are available in smaller bottles for kids. These include Apple, Grape, White Grape, Pineapple, Apple Grape, Apple Strawberry, Orange, Cranberry Apple, Ruby Red Grapefruit, Pomegranate, Organic Apple White Grape, Organic Apple Wild Berry and Organic Apple. Hansen’s Natural Organic Apple Juice is made solely from concentrates the company obtains from China. Hansen’s uses concentrates from China in other varieties of its juices, despite the availability of such juice concentrates made from fruit grown and processed in the United States, which grows an abundance of apples, as well as many of the other fruits used in Hansen’s juice products. These juices contain 120% of the United States Recommended Daily Allowances (USRDA) for Vitamin C (except Pomegranate, which contains 100%).

The Coca-Cola Company bought a 16.7% stake for $2.15 billion in Monster Beverage Corp in 2015. This stake has since grown to 19.36% due to share buy backs conducted by Monster Beverage Corp.

For the fiscal year 2017, Monster Beverage reported earnings of US$821 million, with an annual revenue of US$3.369 billion, an increase of 10.5% over the previous fiscal cycle. Monster Beverage’s shares traded at over $51 per share, and its market capitalization was valued at US$29.9 billion in November 2018.

The company renamed itself as Monster Beverage in 2012, and then sold their Hansen’s juices and sodas and their other non-energy drink brands to The Coca-Cola Company in 2015. As of 2020, Monster held nearly 39% of the $57 billion US energy drink market.

In September 2009, Hansen brand Monster Energy sent a cease and desist letter to Rock Art Brewery, demanding the microbrewery stop selling its new Vermonster beer, drop its pursuit of a federal trademark for the name, and pay Hansen’s lawyer fees.

The company is expected to continue sponsoring individual drivers, including Kurt Busch, Ty Gibbs, Hailie Deegan, and Riley Herbst into the future. Monster remains a secondary sponsor.

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