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Cheers! HyVIDA takes over Cocktails

Cheers! HyVIDA takes over Cocktails

Looking to avoid feeling groggy after a night out with friends and family? Don’t worry. We’ve all been there, and although there are many tricks to fighting a suppressing hangover, doctor’s top piece of advice is to hydrate before, during, and after consuming alcoholic beverages. Registered Dietician Kate Geagan recommends staying hydrated all night long by pairing alcoholic beverages with sparkling water: "There have been several studies published in the Journal of Sports Nutrition that found sparkling water as effective as still for hydration — the caveat is that in some cases, the bubbles may cause you to drink less...

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HyVIDA Now Available in 150 more locations

HyVIDA Now Available in 150 more locations

We’re happy to announce a partnership with GIANT Food Stores, (compromised of GIANT and MARTIN’S neighborhood supermarkets), which will land HyVIDA products in more than 150 locations in the Mid-Atlantic region. You can read all about our retail expansion on BevNet.“We are especially proud to partner with GIANT/MARTIN’S. The company’s recent pledge to remove all artificial ingredients, colors, or harsh chemicals in their own products is on point with HyVIDA’s mission to create and deliver innovative, healthy beverages,” said Rick Smith, President and CEO of HyVIDA. Since launching on Amazon in May 2018, we’ve added hundreds of independent, and natural...

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HyVIDA Featured in Naturally Healthy Magazine

HyVIDA Featured in Naturally Healthy Magazine

An interview with Rick Smith, President Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder, HyVIDA Brands Inc.   GN: Tell us a little about HyVIDA Brands. RS: HyVIDA is what you get when tech-savvy entrepreneurs with spunk create a beverage. We harnessed Hydrogen, a powerful Antioxidant, infused it in sparkling water and added a dash of Certified Organic flavors. Imagine if 0 calorie sparkling waters & functional beverages had a baby.

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Energy drink ban for children in England?

Energy drink ban for children in England?

Posted By: Jules Scully on: August 30, 2018 Courtesy of Foodbev.com The UK government is proposing banning the sale of energy drinks to children in England as a means of tackling obesity. A consultation has been launched on whether energy drinks that contain more than 150mg of caffeine per liter should be made unavailable for children. It also aims to determine whether the restrictions should apply to children under the age of 16 or 18. Earlier this year supermarkets such as Aldi, Asda, and Waitrose banned the sale of energy drinks to under-16s, but children can still buy them from convenience stores and vending machines. Government figures...

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