Starbucks Jolts Energy Drink Market

The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series in which analyst Rex Moore discusses topics across the investing world. The energy drink industry took in nearly $7 billion in sales over the past year, and Starbucks is finally stepping into the fray with a new line of ice-cold, low-calorie offerings. Today, Rex takes us along on a taste test of the new Starbucks Refreshers.

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