Alkame’s new revenue model is expected to bring in $175,000

Alkame’s new revenue model is expected to bring in $175,000

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LAS VEGAS, Aug. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Alkame Holdings, Inc. ALKMa public diversified holding company, is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary Bell Food and Beverage, Inc. is expected to raise approximately $175,000 to package blueberries for export to Japan.

Since the start of the new year, Alkame has introduced a new revenue model for its co-packing subsidiaries, placing a much greater emphasis on co-packing and less infrastructure for sourcing and purchasing ingredients and consumables for its customers. This new model allows for a greater emphasis on the bottom line.

This year, the company expects to package approximately a quarter million jars for PFI, bagged directly by Pacific Northwest farmers, with hundreds of thousands of pounds of blueberries managed in its co-packaging at their facility.

“July is National Blueberry Month!” explained Alkame CEO Robert Eakle. “Bell Food & Beverage has been packaging blueberries for Pacific Flavors, Intl. for six years, and we’re very excited to continue that tradition.”

About Bell Food and Beverage, Inc.
Bell Food and Beverage, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Alkame Holdings, Inc., is a specialty manufacturer of natural, organic liquid-based hot and cold fill food and beverage products in glass and PET bottles and jars.

About Alkame Holdings, Inc.
Alkame Holdings, Inc. is a publicly traded diversified holding company. The Company’s wholly owned subsidiaries include proprietary water technology with several unique properties, food and beverage manufacturing and co-packaging, CBD/hemp food and beverage manufacturing and use of its enhanced water technology where applicable, and several proprietary consumer brands developed and acquired. The organization diligently builds a strong foundation through the introduction and acquisition of appropriate business assets and through the pursuit of multiple applications through placement in multiple…



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