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Beverage trends spilling into the restaurant industry

Beverage

5 beverage trends for 2019—and beyond

What beverage trends will drive traffic and growth in 2019? Here are five things to watch for.

Beverage

Driving drink sales

New data highlights trends, preferences and behaviors that are changing the way operators look at beverages.

Which, if any, of these international holiday beverages will make their way to the coffee chain’s U.S. stores?

Southwest Airlines passengers now sip the airline's signature LIFT® coffee from an improved new cup. It's easy to hold, heat retaining, environmentally friendly and sends an updated brand message for the airline as well.

Check out some of the latest Bloody Mary trends hitting beverage menus.

Consumers today—particularly millennials—view menu customization options as a need rather than a luxury, according to Food Genius. Offering consumers a chance to create beverages “their way”—think flavored syrups, mix-ins or flavor mash-ups—can generate excitement.

The purple and green Witch’s Brew blended beverage is the chain’s latest attempt at a viral LTO.

The rollout requires the addition of new equipment, packaging and training.

It’s no secret that iced tea is one of the most profitable non-alcoholic beverages that restaurants can sell. Unsweetened fresh-brewed iced tea is also a great choice for health-conscious people who want something refreshing to quench their thirst but don’t want to drink extra calories.

Sparkling water is here to stay. Here’s how operators can leverage this trend on menus.

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