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Beverage Industry Workers

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If you are interested in a career in this field, begin exploring by doing some research. Read industry publications and visit their Web sites to learn about new trends, terminology, and important manufacturers. Beverage Industry magazine (, Beverage Digest newsletter (, and Tea & Coffee Trade Journal ( are good publications to take a look at. If there is a manufacturing plant in your area, try to get a summer or part-time job there. No matter what position you get, you'll have an inside look at the beverage industry. If there isn't a plant in your area, look for work in any setting offering interaction with the beverage industry, such as grocery stores, juice bars, coffee shops, and delivery services. These should also provide you with valuable work experience and give you the opportunity to learn what consumers like, how supplies are ordered and delivered, and what new products are available.

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