Beverage trends spilling into the restaurant industry


Investing in beverage programs without maxing labor: Why innovative products matter more than ever

As operators work with ongoing labor challenges, innovative, ready-made products make it easier to serve on-trend beverages.


Starbucks' new cold cups will use a lot less plastic

The Seattle-based coffee shop chain, which now gets most of its beverage sales from cold coffee, is introducing new, more sustainable cups that cut plastic by up to 20%.

The new drinks come in three flavors, each based on energy-boosting green tea and infused with real fruit.

Restaurant Rewind: The ban in place within some jurisdictions is a telling example of how the rules governing alcohol sales may no longer make sense. Grab a stein of mead and give a listen.

Nancy Kruse and Lisa Jennings swim with the gummy sharks to understand the rising tide of drinks, from dirty sodas to turmeric lattes.

It’s no secret that in recent years, consumers have increasingly prioritized eco-friendliness and sustainability in various parts of their lives. From the rise in popularity of electric cars to consum...

The sandwich chain's U.S. restaurants will make the switch from Coke to Pepsi beverage products in the U.S. starting in 2025. Such moves among the biggest fast-food chains are rare.

Fans can score a free pair of viewing glasses with every purchase, plus eclipse watching tips from a former NASA astronaut to prepare for the April 8 event.

Through curated wine flights, local flavor and enlightened server training, certified sommelier Larissa Dubose captures guests on the go for a bit of pampering.

SPARKD’ Energy by Dunkin’ leads off a spring menu collection, which also includes a churro donut and breakfast empanada.

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