People are working harder, worrying more and sleeping less. This has left millions feeling tired, anxious, stressed out and searching for something to help them relax. Many are finding the answer in a relatively new beverage segment: so-called relaxation drinks. The Food Cellar, an upscale single-unit operator in the Long Island City neighborhood of New York City, sells plenty of energy drinks to cater to those who want a boost. But it's always wanted to offer something that produced the ...
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