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Cold Brew Coffee Trends

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Despite its name, cold brew is a hot category. In this webinar, Dave Henkes, senior principal of Technomic, and Lizzy Freier, managing editor of Technomic, will delve into what’s driving this category. Bolstered by Technomic consumer research, menu data and market sizing, this webinar will also detail best-in-class examples and trends propelling the fast-growing cold brew coffee business.

Presenters

Henkes

David Henkes, Senior Principal, Technomic

During Dave’s more than 20 years at Technomic, he’s been involved in a wide variety of client engagements covering food, beverages, equipment and non-food products, both in the U.S. and globally. His expertise lies in opportunity assessments, go-to-market evaluations, market forecasting and trend prognostication. He has worked in numerous categories and heads Technomic’s beverage practice.

Freier

Lizzy Freier, Managing Editor, Technomic

Lizzy has a focus on menu trends. Lizzy covers trending flavors, ingredients, dishes and preparations for food and beverage at independent restaurants, emerging chains and top chain restaurant brands. She has also analyzed global trends. She has presented at numerous conferences in the U.S. and Canada on menu trend development for restaurant operators, manufacturers and distributors.

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