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Beverage trends spilling into the restaurant industry
The trend toward readymade drinks fits with today’s safety and labor concerns.
The restructuring will include staff buyouts and layoffs, the company said.
What was a trickle a couple of years back has turned into a deluge, with milk made from oats, nuts and more flooding the market.
A portion of the sales of the lemonades, agua frescas and tea from Tractor Beverage Co. will benefit farmers.
Best practices and innovations developed during the pandemic will impact alcohol sales in the long run.
Megachains Starbucks and Dunkin’ are leading the category, but smaller players are moving up by differentiating.
The state has repurchased alcohol inventories but is allowing licensed establishments to sell the supplies and pay for them later.
Deals and special packages on beer, wine and cocktails for delivery offer a sales bright spot during the coronavirus crisis.
Like the other menu choices a restaurant offers, water options say something about the concept and the image it conveys to guests, Advice Guy says.
A roundup of recent winter beverage items launched at chain restaurants.