SPORTS DRINK MARKETING IS heavily skewed toward young men. But experts observe that the rest of the fitness world — including natural foods consumers, athletic women and families with children — present additional opportunities for growth. “Products that have a more natural ingredient profile or are lower in calories have the potential to extend the category to people it's not currently reaching,” said Sarah Theodore, global drinks analyst for Mintel Food and ...

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