Beverage trends spilling into the restaurant industry


Sparkling water splashes onto restaurant menus

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


4 fruit-forward recipes to elevate the bar menu

Bartenders have started switching up the standard bar menu by adding fruit purees.

Americans like their brews, but boosting sales takes some craft.

To refresh your drink selection, take a look at these seven on-trend recipes.

Restaurants who want to shake things up and offer their customers memorable and social media-worthy menu choices may want to consider drinkable desserts. As

Serving fresh and great-tasting coffee is less of an option for today’s foodservice operations and more of a requirement.

The coffee chain has revealed which of its drinks are most popular with students in different U.S. regions.

Unique and eye-catching beverages get a big boost thanks to social media. Whether

A brand doesn't have to be a beverage specialist to drive traffic and sales with hot beverages. With a little inspiration from players in the specialty beverage segment and a modest investment in training, equipment and supplies—such as sturdy and functional cups, cup sleeves and bulk hot beverage carriers—restaurant operators of all types can run profitable hot coffee and tea programs.

America loves gourmet coffee, and nothing fits the bill like hot specialty drinks, particularly those made with espresso.

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