National Beverage Corp.
Industry Group: Food Products
Country/Region: United States of America
National Beverage Corp is a non-alcoholic beverage company in the U.S. Its portfolio skews toward functional drinks (that is those purporting to offer health benefits) and is anchored by the popular LaCroix sparkling water trademark. Other offerings include Rip It energy drinks, Everfresh juices, and soda brands like Shasta and Faygo. The firm controls the majority of its production and distribution apparatus, with very little outsourcing. In terms of go-to-market, it uses warehouse distribution for big-box retailers, direct-store delivery for convenience stores and other small outlets, and food-service distributors for the food-service channel (schools, hospitals, restaurants). It is controlled by chairman and CEO Nick Caporella, who owns over 73% of the common stock.
ESG Risk Rating
Industry Group (1st = lowest risk)
Food Products 273 out of 622
Global Universe 12038 out of 15622
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National Beverage Corp.'s Exposure is Medium
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National Beverage Corp.'s Management of ESG Material Risk is Weak
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