Coconut water exploded onto the beverage scene only a few years ago, going from a new player in 2006 to a dominant force in 2013 with nearly $1 billion in sales. But every empire eventually has its rivals. According to a recent report on the website, Nutraceuticals World, those soon-to-be rivals are birch water and maple water. These new beverage products are naturally sweet, high in vitamins and minerals, low in calories, and sustainably sourced from the sap of birch and maple trees. In fact, because of these appealing attributes, some experts estimate that the market for birch and maple water could reach $2 billion by 2025.
Source: Nutraceuticals World