Iced coffee's popularity perks up interest in cold-brew extracts

03/17/2014 |

About 20% of consumers drink iced coffee, according to Mintel and the National Coffee Association. To make these products, like flavored coffee, dairy-based iced coffees and frappes, manufacturers are turning to cold-brew extracts. "For straight iced coffee beverage development, the use of cold brew extracts is a means of producing a more 'drinkable' product that expands the traditional consumer base," said Scott Geringer, vice president of extracts and ingredients for S&D Coffee & Tea.

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