San Diego Business Journal

Coffee With A Perk

Entrepreneur Sees Blend as Better Way To Deliver Nutrients By Sarah de Crescenzo Originally published May 4, 2017 at 1:22 p.m., updated May 4, 2017 at 1:22 p.m.
   

Brandon Fishman of VitaCup, center, and Michael Ishayik of Intelligent Blends

Brandon Fishman of VitaCup, center, and Michael Ishayik of Intelligent Blends Photo by Jamie Scott Lytle.

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VitaCup is selling three varieties of its vitamin-fortified beverages: French roast, French vanilla and a green tea. More flavors are on the way including a double caffeine blend for gamers. The blends were tested by a third party lab to make sure that the vitamins would still be effective in a hot drink. Photo courtesy of VitaCup

— Running a digital marketing agency and starting a new company — not to mention preparing to get married — doesn’t faze Brandon Fishman...

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