A new generation of single-serve, resealable beverages is coming to market this spring to quench consumers' thirst for easy, on-the-go food products. They're selling well in food service, convenience stores and on-site food venues. But many supermarkets, which have quickly embraced other convenience-focused products, seem to be lagging in stocking these items. They are not the noncarbonated drinks and sports quaffs found in Center Store. Rather, these new items -- ranging from drinkable ...
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