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Beverage

Beverage trends spilling into the restaurant industry

Beverage

5 drink trends getting attention now

Emerging ingredients, flavors and products can help operators refresh the menu.

Beverage

Starbucks adds protein-packed, plant-based blended drink

The coffee chain is courting health-focused customers amid a Frappuccino sales slump.

Before you put the squeeze on your lemon supplier, there is a better solution.

Consumers are imbibing, but alcohol preferences are changing.

New ingredients and consumer behavior shifts are moving smoothies out of breakfast and into additional dayparts.

Younger consumers want beverage variety. Here's how to cater to them.

Sugary drinks are now banned from kids menus in Baltimore, and a statewide soda tax could be on California’s ballot in 2020.

The burger chain said it is committing $5 million to a partnership to develop a recyclable or compostable cup.

Check out how some operators are incorporating fresh flavors and frozen drinks on their menus.

Restaurant operators are catering to busy diners by serving breakfast options that are quick, portable and healthful—such as breakfast beverages.