Living healthier is one of those goals I’ve been trying to achieve for many years. Of course it’s never easy, with all of the temptations out there and very few healthy, convenient, and widely available food and beverage choices for the health-conscious consumer. Every time I think about this, I conclude that if the right company came along, it could be a real disruptor in the industry.


I’m certainly not alone in thinking this way, and in my desire to consume better-quality foods and beverages. Take organic foods, for example: the trend is most definitely upwards as we see consistent year-over-year increases in U.S. organic food sales:

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Sure, American individuals and families want convenience, but not at the cost of quality. Heck, I’ve even seen a kale salad offered at McDonald’s (though some would claim that it’s actually worse for you than a double Big Mac). Consumers simply won’t settle for a junk food diet anymore, and they’re reading food labels more than ever. It’s quality over quantity in the retail foods and beverages industry now, and savvy businesses are either adapting or getting left behind.


The key word here is natural: that’s what people want in their food and beverage choices nowadays. We’ve seen the meteoric rise of Whole Foods from a small chain to a retail giant that is now famously acquired by Amazon for $13.7 billion. Stale, bland, unhealthy, and inconvenient consumable products are out, while natural and organic products are in:

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What we’re seeing here is tens of billions of dollars changing hands, and it’s a growing trend that shows no signs of slowing down. There’s no question about it: a company that can provide science-driven, earth-grown consumable products that don’t rely on harmful drugs and stimulants will be the industry’s best bet.

It’s not so easy to find a company that fits this description, though. The Future Money Trends research team has been searching high and low for just the right company: one that refuses to compromise the quality of its products, has a wide and deep distribution network, and is working overtime to develop and promote new, healthy, science-driven consumable products. Yes, I know – that’s a tall order, but I’m known for persisting until I find exactly what I’m looking for.

And I did find it. What I discovered is easily the number-one company in the healthy consumable goods market: Koios Beverage Corp. (CSE:KBEV). Koios is an emerging functional beverage company with an available distribution network of over 2,000 retail locations across the United States. Koios has relationships with some of the largest and most reputable distributors in the U.S., including Europa Sports, Muscle Foods USA, KeHE, and Wishing-U-Well. These distributors represent more than 80,000 brick-and-mortar locations throughout the U.S., ranging from sports nutrition stores to large natural grocery chains such as Whole Foods and Sunflower Markets. Through its partnership with Wishing-U-Well, Koios also has a strong online presence, including being an Amazon choice product.

As I see it, the timing simply couldn’t be any better for this company. NetworkNewsWire’s Sherri Franklin said it best: “Koios is operating at a time of increasing emphasis on health through alternative, natural products.” The company’s corporate mission is ambitious yet straightforward: to become the global leader in proprietary, patented and clinically proven formulas for its flagship brand, which is called KOIOS. With four delicious flavors, this is a beverage that combines incredible health benefits with a unique, refreshing taste:

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Dr. Allison Brager is just one of the many health professionals giving high praise to this product: “If you are looking for a natural brain booster, KOIOS is the way to go. The impact is much more sustained than coffee and you’ll reap nighttime benefits too.” The nutritional benefits and great taste are also available in powder form:

These KOIOS products have something that other beverages and powders don’t: a proprietary blend of nootropics (supplements or other substances that improve cognitive function, particularly executive functions, memory, creativity or motivation in healthy individuals) and natural organic compounds to enhance human productivity without using harmful chemicals or stimulants. In addition to having a professional, easy-to-navigate website and a strong presence on Amazon, KOIOS can also be found at various brick-and-mortar stores, including 7-11’s, Conoco’s, Gold’s Gyms, Woodman’s Markets, Alfalfa’s, Crunchy Grocers, Mothers Market, True Fit Gyms and Total Nutrition stores.

I’m taking a position in Koios as I see this stock as extremely underpriced right now – but I’m not expecting it to stay that way for long. If you’re looking for healthy sales in a nutritional product company and a natural winner in the consumable goods space, consider Koios your first and best choice.

Best Regards,

Daniel Ameduri

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