Why innovation is key in the hard seltzer category with Nate Medow & Zeke Bronfman of SESH
The hard seltzer category has exploded in the past two years. With dozens of national and regional brands on shelves and new products launching every month, the category has become highly competitive. However, the category seems to be lacking in variety and innovation in flavor profiles and ingredients – until now. This week on Beyond the Shelf, we spoke with the Co-Founders of SESH, Nate Medow & Zeke Bronfman. In this episode, Nate and Zeke share their journey of making a low-calorie, low-carb, naturally flavored, diabetic-friendly hard seltzer with robust flavor profiles. The duo explained how they saw a void in the highly saturated hard seltzer market and sought to create a line of beverages inspired by classic cocktails while appealing to health-conscious shoppers.
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