Honeydrop Beverages Launches at Duane Reade, Gristedes, Earth Fare and Raley’s

Introduces award-winning line of honey-infused beverages to nation’s top retailers

New York, NY (September 20, 2012) – Honeydrop Beverages, leading producer of fresh-brewed teas and natural juices made with a tablespoon of pure honey (never any refined sugars!) is excited to announce their arrival at Duane Reade and Gristedes, two of New York City’s leading retailers. Honeydrop is also launching at Earth Fare, one of the largest natural and organic food retailers in the nation and at Raley’s, one of Northern California’s largest supermarket chains.

“Launching at two of New York’s largest retailers is really special for Honeydrop,” says founder and CEO David Luks “born and brewed in Brooklyn, Honeydrop is proud to become the city’s #1 honey-infused beverage.” Duane Reade, a subsidiary of Walgreens is New York City’s most ubiquitous drug store with over 250 locations throughout the 5 boroughs, Gristedes has 40 locations in New York City.

“We are also really excited to launch in Earth Fare and Raley’s,” said Luks “it is a huge step in expanding Honeydrop’s national presence.” There are 28 Earth Fare stores throughout the Southeast and Midwest; Raley’s is one of Northern California’s largest chains with 128 stores.

The four retailers will be featuring Honeydrop’s new Peach Tea and reformulated Blueberry SKUs, as well as other flavors from their delicious honey-infused beverage line. Each bottle of Honeydrop is made with a tablespoon of pure, domestic honey.

Honeydrop’s award-winning line will be on display at Natural Products Expo East Booth 440 at the Natural Products Expo East September 20 – 22 and are currently available to order through UNFI, KeHe Tree of Life and Nature’s Best.


Honeydrop Beverages is an all-natural line of honey infused teas and juices. Each bottle contains one full tablespoon pure honey (never any refined sugars!) and weighs in at 100 calories or less.  Honeydrop donates 1% of proceeds to local beekeepers throughout the country to help battle Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), an epidemic threatening the global bee population. To find out more about Honeydrop Beverages and their program to save the bees visit www.honeydrop.com or http://www.facebook.com/Honeydropbev