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Beverages with Benefits

Strawberry Overnight Oats

January, for many, is a time to reset. Dry January, Veganuary and the ‘new year, new me’ mindset encourages everyone to create better habits for a whole month. Especially food and drink habits; according to Public Health England, 61% of people are looking to eat healthier.

The trend of setting New Year’s resolutions is expected to be more widespread with 30% of Brits setting them in 2024.  Over 30% aim to focus on weight loss and to improve their dietary habits. Simply adding supplements to their daily coffee or smoothie, drinking protein shakes or cutting out alcohol or caffeine have become common lifestyle changes consumers are adopting.

Menu Suggestions (boost your beverages!)

Protein Power!

On social media, #protein is trending along with protein beverages such as proffee (coffee with protein powder). Under 35’s rated ‘high in protein’ the most important health quality food benefit, above aiding mood, sleep or skin or being low in fat, salt or sugar!

Protein Menu Suggestions:


Blackberry and Blueberry Smoothie Bowl

Smoothies with Supplements

Over the last few years, people have been looking at ways to incorporate healthier habits into their daily life. This includes boosting their immune system with supplements. Google searches are up 243% in the last 2 years for gut health.  32% of people said that when shopping for food and drink they think about how it will impact their gut. Boosting your smoothies or smoothie bowls with an antioxidant, energy boost, multivitamin powder is a great way to add value to your existing menu items. Whether this is a charged add-on or already included, this will attract a number of people who are making daily changes to be healthier.



Smoothies with Supplements Menu Suggestions:


Matcha Hot Chocolate

Matcha Latte

Mix and Matcha your daily caffeine fix

Matcha’s popularity has risen significantly in recent years, with the global market for matcha forecasted to grow at a compound annual rate of 9.44% between 2022 and 2027. This Japanese green tea is earthy with a slight nuttiness, and blends well with vanilla and white chocolate in frappes, lattes and smoothies. Simply Matcha also makes the perfect vegan drink (when paired with plant-based milks)! Vegans, vegetarians and flexitarians make up 21% of the British public but in January this increases dramatically with Veganuary. A trend seemingly driven by the increasing popularity of vegan, vegetarian and flexitarian diets is plant-based milk alternatives. Over a quarter of UK consumers are now using plant-based milk alternatives, with the UK market forecast to more than double by 2025 to £565 million.

Matcha Menu Suggestions:


Blue Lagoon Mocktail

Goodbye Cocktails, Hello Mocktails

The rapid rise of no and low alcohol spirits, wines, and mocktails has gone hand in hand with the nations new healthy habits. A huge 47% of UK adults are switching to alcohol free/low drinks in order to moderate their drinking. Dry January further encourages this lifestyle with 75% of those who commit, succeeding in abstaining from alcohol for the month and 59% drinking less the six months after. Sales of no-or low-alcohol beer, cider, wines and spirits are up 23%, with younger consumers being the most interested in non-alcoholic concepts such as mocktails.



Mocktail Menu Suggestions:

Beverages account for over 40% of hospitality business revenues, and ‘healthy’ beverage products are among the fastest growing category. Healthy beverages are easy to incorporate into a menu as they are convenient to distribute, up sell in existing drinks and it’s easy to change their presentation to meet customer demand.

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