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. PLUS, for our postscript "How You Built That," we check back in with Jaya Iyer for an update on Svaha Inc., a unique apparel brand that focuses on STEM-themed clothing for babies, kids, and adults. (Original broadcast date: January 16, 2017)
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Honest Tea: Seth Goldman

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

How You Built That

We check back in with Jaya Iyer for an update on Svaha Inc., a unique apparel brand that focuses on STEM-themed clothing for babies, kids, and adults.

How You Built That: Svaha Inc.

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