4 Tips For Starting A Successful Healthy Drink Business (2024)

Updated: January 19th, 2023
Start A Healthy Drink Business

Want to start your own healthy drink business? Here are some tips you should know:

Learn more about starting a healthy drink business:

Where to start?

-> How to start a healthy drink business?
-> Healthy drink business plan
-> How to finance a healthy drink business?
-> How much does it cost to start a healthy drink business?
-> Pros and cons of a healthy drink business

Need inspiration?

-> Other healthy drink business success stories
-> Examples of established healthy drink business
-> Marketing ideas for a healthy drink business

Other resources

-> Profitability of a healthy drink business

We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a healthy drink business:

#1: Deepak agarwal, founder of Auric:

We chatted with with Deepak, founder of Auric ($300K/month). In our interview, Deepak says:

Being an entrepreneur means being a learner. I have not come across a single entrepreneur who did not commit mistakes or does not regret an action done in the past. However, every single entrepreneur I have met acknowledges the mistake and learns from the same.


The constant conversation with consumers helped us understand things we may have assumed right or wrong.


Read the full interview ➜

#2: Ryan Pfeiffer, founder of Revive Me:

We chatted with with Ryan, founder of Revive Me ($500/month). In our interview, Ryan says:

Hand delivering bottles myself improved the quality of feedback and strength of relationships with my customers. When the founder comes to your apartment to deliver your order, you can’t help but respond to his request for a survey and tell your friends about the experience.


I estimate that I saved at least $30k by not rushing things or taking the easy way out. I could have outsourced my drink formulation, website creation, and marketing then taken a back seat.


Read the full interview ➜