Infused iced teas bring cash infusion at restaurants

08/21/2008 | Restaurants & Institutions (free registration)

Exotic iced teas are gaining increasing presence on restaurant menus as operators look for ways to boost their margins. Teas infused with lemongrass-ginger, blood-orange and star-anise can sell for twice the price of standard black tea. According to R&I's 2008 New American Diner Study, iced tea ranks second only to soft drinks as the restaurant beverage of choice at lunch and dinner.

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