Six disruptive brands in health & wellness... and what they can teach us

Hartman Group on six disruptive brands in health & wellness

The tortoise - rather than the hare – is often the winner in the retail food and beverage industry, says Hartman Group’s SVP James Richardson, PhD, who says we can all learn lessons from six disruptive brands in health & wellness, from Hint Water to Guayaki yerba mate tea.

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