We love scouring grocery store shelves for new products, especially fun options like some of the newest beverages for this season. Lots of coffee drinks are already available, but that's not all. Many drink brands have started rolling out fun, flavorful, and healthy options for Spring 2021 with so many more on the way.
We've collected the 14 best drinks that have either just landed on shelves or will be very soon so you can snag them and try them for yourself.
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The new line of Smartwater drinks, Smartwater+, includes three wellness-focused flavor options with unique flavor combinations. Clarity has ginseng and green tea extract, Renew has dandelion and lemon extract, and Tranquility has ashwagandha and tangerine extract. These new drinks will be in grocery stores starting March 1.
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Beloved brand Simply expanded its line of beverages with Simply Almond milk. Available in Simply Almond Original, Simply Almond Unsweetened, Simply Almond Vanilla, and Simply Almond Vanilla Unsweetened, these dairy alternatives are an easy addition to your daily routine. And good news: Simply Almond is in grocery stores now.
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Coming to Kroger stores on March 1, Alani Seltz is a delicious low-carb, low-calorie, low-sugar hard seltzer. The drinks are made with natural flavors and wholesome ingredients to keep your beverage game light and fresh.
GT's Floral Kombucha
To celebrate the new Spring season, GT's came up with a floral line of kombucha drinks. Lavender Love, Hibiscus Ginger, and Rose Berry are all part of this bright, effervescent line of flavors. Each of the new kombuchas is arriving in your favorite grocery stores now.
Steaz Antioxidant Brew Tea
Steaz is rolling out so many new drinks right now. Included is the Antioxidant Brew Tea, which fits seamlessly into their product portfolio. The drinks are made with liquid green tea and a variety of flavors, including some that are unsweetened and some that are zero calories. The new products are coming to Whole Foods stores first and should be making their way to more grocers in the coming months.
Intelligentsia Cold Coffee + Oat Latte
Intelligentsia has three brand new products: Cold Coffee, Oat Latte, and Oat Spiced Latte. All three ready-to-drink options are inspired by the brand's coffeeshop and are vegan and gluten-free. As of now, the new drinks can be purchased in select Intelligentsia coffeeshops and online but could be more widely available in the months to come.
Pepsi's new fruit drink, Frutly, is designed for teens but would be tasty for anyone. The drink comes in Fruit Punch, Strawberry Kiwi, and Apple Grape, and is packed with electrolytes and vitamins. Each serving has just 60 calories and is a good source of vitamins C and E. These brand-new juices are rolling out to grocery stores nationwide now.
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Nude Hard Iced Tea
Canadian brand Nude is finally bringing its Hard Iced Tea to the United States. The iced tea comes in three flavors — Lemon, Peach, and Raspberry — and has no sugar, no sweetener, and no carbs. At just 100 calories per serving, this drink is all about the flavor without any of the extras. The hard iced tea is available at grocery stores in some states now but will be rolled out nationwide in the coming months.
Trader Joe's Non-Dairy Chocolate Oat Beverage
We can always count on Trader Joe's to have amazing new products constantly landing on shelves. This latest innovation is like chocolate milk but better. The non-dairy chocolate oat beverage is the perfect option for those who live a dairy-free lifestyle and can be enjoyed hot or cold. While it does have some added sugar, it's still a small amount that's in line with your treat for the day. This is on TJ's grocery shelves now.
See what a registered dietitian has to say about it and eight other new Trader Joe's products here.
Spindrift's new Unsweetened Lemonade Sparkling Waters come in three flavor options — Pink Lemonade, Lemon Limeade, and Strawberry Lemonade. They're all made with real fruit juice, just like we've come to expect from Spindrift, and they all have under 1 gram of sugar and fewer than 10 calories. The new flavors land at Target stores in March and might make their way to a grocery store near you too!
TAZO Dessert Delights
Sure, you might have to brew this drink, but we promise it's worth it. TAZO's collection of dessert-inspired teas include Glazed Lemon Loaf, Vanilla Bean Macaron, and Butterscotch Blondie. Each one gives you a deliciously sweet drink without any of the calories or fat. They're available in stores now.
In a first for the brand, Bubly now has Bubly Bounce — its signature sparkling water with a touch of caffeine. It is available in Mango, Blueberry, Triple Berry, Citrus Cherry, and Blood Orange Grapefruit, and is the perfect little pick-me-up you need in your day. The 12-ounce can contains 35 milligrams of caffeine, no calories, and no sweeteners. The new collection is rolling out to stores now!
Zoa Energy Drink
Zoa's new energy drinks are made to be more wellness-focused than some others on the market. Co-created by Dwayne Johnson, Zoa's drinks are made with vitamins B, C, and D, as well as natural caffeine to give you a boost. The new beverage collection lands March 1 at GNC stores and will be on Amazon soon after.
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Greater Than juices are a new wellness drink made with a coconut water base. Each flavor is plant-based, Paleo, gluten-free, full of electrolytes, and less than 50 calories per serving. New flavors Sport Tea and Cranberry Apple launch at the beginning of March and can be purchased online.
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