Source: Flow Beverage.
  • Flow Beverage (FLOW) has signed a distribution agreement with Starbucks Coffee Canada, Inc
  • From January 2023, Starbucks will carry both Flow Alkaline Spring Water and Flow Strawberry Rose in 500ml formats
  • Flow is a health and wellness-focused beverage company
  • Flow Beverage Corp. (FLOW) is down 1.30 per cent, trading at C$0.38 per share at 4:01 pm ET

Flow Beverage (FLOW) has signed a distribution agreement with Starbucks Coffee Canada, Inc.

Under this agreement, Flow will become available at over 1,000 Starbucks locations across Canada. Beginning January 2023, Starbucks will carry both Flow Alkaline Spring Water and Flow Strawberry Rose in 500ml formats.

Nicholas Reichenbach, founder and CEO of Flow, commented on the news.

“Flow has achieved another major milestone in its retail growth strategy securing distribution in Canada with the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world. We believe Flow remains a top choice for retailers and consumers looking for delicious functional water produced with a positive impact on the planet and people. These attributes will foster growth over the long-term.”

Flow is a health and wellness-focused beverage company. It markets its alkaline spring water in Canada and the U.S. in original unflavored and a range of organic flavours in various sizes.

Flow Beverage Corp. (FLOW) is down 1.30 per cent, trading at C$0.38 per share at 4:01 pm ET.


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