Beverage trendwatching at BevNET Live.. from personalization to probiotics

Beverage trends at BevNET Live, personalization to probiotics

From fruit- and herb-infused apple cider vinegar to bitter melon & green tea combos, and collagen-laced waters, new beverage concepts are hitting the market every week. But which emerging trends have real staying power and what really interests VCs and strategic investors? FoodNavigator-USA headed to BevNet Live in Santa Monica to find out…

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Eris Toomer - 07 Dec 2016 | 05:27

Very exciting!

Makes sense why Dr Pepper and Pepsi Co just bought Bai and Kevita. Innovation rules!

07-Dec-2016 at 17:27 GMT

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