Honest Tea: Seth Goldman In 1997, after going for a long run, Seth Goldman was frustrated with the sugar-filled drinks at the corner market. So he brewed up a beverage in his kitchen, and turned it into Honest Tea.
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Honest Tea: Seth Goldman

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Honest Tea: Seth Goldman

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In 1997, after going for a long run, Seth Goldman was frustrated with the sugar-filled drinks at the corner market. So he brewed up a beverage in his kitchen, and turned it into Honest Tea.

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Seth Goldman started brewing Honest Tea in his kitchen sink.
Andrew Holder