REED really changed my financial situation, made roughly $220k the past few months, been getting my stock alerts from underground stock alerts (google em). Hope you guys have been doing as well with trading as I have.
Thank you for the compliment, though appearances can be deceiving. I'm just an observant fellow who's fairly keen on how the world can operate.
Oh wow, it is gone already from the must see video section. But keep scrolling further down usatodaycom as it now appears under the "reviewedcom" section, at least at this point in time. Video: 7 myths about storing beer.
So I finally made it to a Trader Joe's (first time ever) in the Baltimore area. There was no triple ginger brew on the shelves and the person I asked said it was a one time and/or seasonal product.
Does that sound right? Is anyone still seeing it on the shelves??
I haven't noticed it hard to find, but I have noticed it's exposure rapidly increasing and it becoming much more popular. I believe if stores are running out it isn't a supply issue so much as an under ordering issue for the stores from what I have witnessed.
Smart- CR handing out beverages at the Roth conference. Taste testing is an important pillar to their ultimate success in Kombucha!!
Note Reed's picked up Supply Side award in 2013
Consumers these days are of a mind that they want their daily sustenance to do something beyond simply sustain them. Sometimes, the goal is pure indulgence, so for products positioned as such, the hedonic appeal must leave nary a shadow of doubt. Health-focused foods need to truly provide nutritional benefits, and products that cross over into the functional foods category need to have the clinical proof to back up any claims.
Energy is a key category here. When energy drinks first appeared several years ago, many of us in the industry were wondering if they’d simply be another adolescent flash in the pan. To the contrary, the energy category is now huge—and has now surpassed sales of bottled water for the first time (see “Energy Drinks Outsell Bottled Water”). I recently undertook an investigation into new launches in this sector as part of my judging of the SupplySide® Editor’s Choice Awards (winners will be announced at SupplySide West in Vegas come early November), and the category clearly continues to expand. Notable new niches include decidedly more-adult offerings based on tea (including fermented kombucha—check out the new energy shots from Celestial Seasonings), green coffee extract (the Refreshers line from Starbucks—the VIA lime Refreshers are now a mainstay in my home), nutrition-forward juices and vegetables (like V8’s new product, touting a full serving of fruits and vegetables), and sustained energy without piling on the sugar and caffeine (VIVE is a great example—only 20 grams of sugars and 40 mg caffeine). Products with clear demographic focus will continue to roll out, focusing on aging consumers (nutritive boosts specific to seniors), adult women (inside-out beauty ingredients, menopause relief), etc.
Made over $70k this month on REED trading thanks to underground stock alerts (google them) I get my stock alerts from them. They put out a report on the S&P 500 a few months ago and were SPOT on. Good luck all longs!