Lu Jiao, the co-founder of Chinese beverage firm Chi Forest, has reportedly relinquished her previous role as product leader. An employee referred to in domestic media simply by the name Nicolas will now be in charge of beverages like carbonated water, electrolyte water, and diet tea.
The third store of Chinese beverage brand SexyTea in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, was officially opened on September 9. However, the combination of the English name and the logo with a classic female image triggered public controversy.
Some web users posted pictures recently suggesting that Chinese beverage chain Luckin Coffee has opened branches in Thailand. In response, Luckin Coffee issued a statement on August 9, clarifying that such reports were not true.
On July 26, Chinese beverage giant Genki Forest participated in the second China International Consumer Products Expo (CICPE) in Haikou, southern China's Hainan Province.
Chinese beverage giant Genki Forest plans to launch a sugar-free cola-flavored drink. The new drink has passed final internal tests, and will be put on sale as early as the beginning of August.