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Across all functional health beverage product lines energy drinks are the fastest-growing sector a trend that shows no sign of slowing in the immediate future. The nutraceutical-wellness drink sector is the least developed but possibly the most exciting category with drinks containing ingredients such as probiotics prebiotics soy proteins and phytosterols. Over-the-top premium pricing policies have also restricted sales in some circumstances although a recent US survey showed 40 per cent of consumers were willing to pay a premium for products containing added nutritional benefits. The same study ranked these benefits and found energy enhancement illness prevention heart health anticancer effects relaxation mood enhancement and sexual enhancement were the most desirable.
Japan was a pioneer in functional beverages and foods consuming nearly twice as many functional beverages as any other nationality. The Japanese have always made the direct connection between what you eat and drink and what you are and they ve long viewed their diets as being a primary source of health and medication. Energy drinks have been established in Japan for decades and are also known as tonic drinks. Initially targeted at young consumers (and routinely used by this demographic as alcohol drink mixes) these drinks are now being aimed at people of all ages who need a healthy energy boost. People now understand that almost everything we take in has some kind of effect-this is a new kind of knowledge. Consumers are more empowered because of this knowledge and companies are responding to this new found personal edification. Other market sectors are continuing to expand. Enriched juices and juice-based drinks fortified with vitamins and minerals are gaining in popularity as are herbal-infused beverages.
Products available in the USA in every single city. Why do they do this? Why are they so eager to buy US drinks? Simple they don t have Mexican made products they can sell and they want to be the first to carry a new American beverage. Beverage Distributors know the potential for new products in Mexico. When that is done distributors or importers just sell the same products to the same retailers. This article will discuss the preparation and benefits of typical Guatemalan beverages made from tamarind roselle hibiscus and one beverage made from rice and seeds. While all of these beverages are now known in many places here in the US they were completely unknown to me when I went to live in Guatemala more than 40 years ago. They made a big impression and I drink them to this day.