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Beverage with Benefits: Fortifying Functional Beverages the Right Way

<p style="vertical-align: middle; text-align: justify; margin: 0in 0in 12pt; text-autospace: ;">Beverage fortification is hardly new; we&rsquo;ve been adding vitamins A and D to milk for generations, and it&rsquo;s been years since orange juice began surpassing milk&mdash;for some consumers, at least&mdash;as a primary source of calcium. The release of a protein-focused beer that is suppose to deliver up to 5 g of protein per serving&nbsp;is just one example of the big tent that compromises contemporary functional beverages. </p>

Beverage fortification is hardly new; we’ve been adding vitamins A and D to milk for generations, and it’s been years since orange juice began surpassing milk—for some consumers, at least—as a primary source of calcium. The release of a protein-focused beer that is suppose to deliver up to 5 g of protein per serving is just one example of the big tent that compromises

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