P&G enters iced coffee category

Kramer, Louise; Ross, Chuck; Petrecca, Laura; Neff, Jack
November 1998
Advertising Age;11/30/1998, Vol. 69 Issue 48, p1
Trade Publication
This article reports on the market testing for the Jakada Iced Mocha Refresher blended bottled coffee manufactured by Procter & Gamble Co. in Visalia, California as of November 1998. The market evaluation is supported by an advertising campaign developed by N.W. Ayer & Partners. The product is available in mocha chocolate and mocha vanilla flavors. The blended bottled coffee category is still in its infancy. Several beverage companies have launched their products under such category. Presently, Frappuccino dominates the category.


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