Juice, milk, tea or coffee are the first options that come to mind when it comes to breakfast beverages, but the growing popularity of the morning meal means restaurateurs must continue to develop new breakfast drink offerings. Recent efforts from such chains as McDonald’s, Wendy’s and Burger King have shown that the beverage arena is yet another area where restaurants will need to compete with one another. In addition, as more people eat their meals on the go, innovative beverages also can ...

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