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This profile was last updated on 11/12/11  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. G.T. Dave

Wrong G.T. Dave?

Founder of Market Leading Brand

Synergy Kombucha

Employment History

  • Creator
    Synergy Kombucha
  • Chief Executive Officer
    Millennium Products
  • Owner
    G.T.'s Kombucha
  • President and Chief Executive Officer
    G.T.'s Kombucha

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Synergy Kombucha
  • Founder
    Millennium Products
  • Founder
    G.T.'s Kombucha
30 Total References
Web References
Kombucha - MindBodyGreen, 12 Nov 2011 [cached]
Yesterday I talked with G.T. Dave, the founder of Synergy, about kombucha being pulled from all Whole Foods stores due to concern over slightly elevated alcohol levels.
Today, the founder of market leader Synergy Kombucha, G.T. Dave, talked to me exclusively about the current situation... More>
Yesterday, G.T. Dave, founder of market leading brand, Synergy, said Lindsay Lohan being photographed with the drink had nothing to do with product being pulled.
The founder of Synergy Kombucha, G.T. Dave, spoke to the media about the situation, and even addresses the rumor that Lindsay Lohan being photographed with kombucha led... More>
"Although we are not familiar with ... [cached]
"Although we are not familiar with the technology or sensitivity of SCRAM bracelets, we think it would be highly unlikely that our products would trigger an alarm, " G.T. Dave, creator of Synergy Kombucha, told TMZ.
G.T. Dave, CEO of ..., 22 July 2010 [cached]
G.T. Dave, CEO of Millennium, one of the largest producers of Kombucha in California, said that this fermentation problem has mired his company in a technical dilemma.
"The irony is that legally if it's 0.6 (percent), it's an alcoholic beverage," said Dave. "We're having a difficult time trying to embrace this as an alcohol, since kombucha teas are the antithesis of that."
Millennium sells two of the more popular types of Kombucha - Raw and Synergy organic - that were top-sellers at stores like New Leaf. Dave said that Millennium chemists were working on solutions to the fermentation issues and were hoping to have a product back on shelves in several weeks.
At New Leaf in Half Moon Bay, Coastsider Kelly Bass, 25, cruises past the juice aisle, but the placard explaining the limited offerings of Kombucha catches her eye. She reads the warning sign discussing the fermented tea's alcohol content but then grabs a mango kombucha anyway.
"Alcohol's a natural byproduct of fermentation," she said. "There's nothing harmful there.
Cancer Decisions® - Kombucha Reconsidered, 8 Aug 2009 [cached]
Breaking into the monopolistic beverage industry with an odd tasting health drink cannot have been easy, and yet a young man named G.T. Dave has done just that with his GT's Kombucha and Synergy lines of beverages. There was Mr. Dave's brand at eye-level, right next to the full line of Lipton and Snapple products. Mr. Dave started his Millennium company at age 16, while still a student at Beverly Hills High School.
Mr. Dave believes that his mother's kombucha habit kept her breast cancer from metastasizing or recurring. "After a week of emotional turmoil," according to the Synergy Web site, G.T. "was relieved to find out that her breast cancer had not spread and that the pungent tasting cultured tea that she had been drinking was part of the reason why."
In the same year, 1995, that the enterprising Mr. Dave founded his Millennium company there was however the first report of serious harm associated with use of this type of beverage.
Probiotic Soy Food And Kombucha [cached]
According to G.T. Dave, founder of Millennium Products, GT's Raw Organic Kombucha contains at least 1 billion organisms each of S. boulardii, L. plantarum and L. fermentum, per bottle. Dave declares that kombucha differs from most probiotic supplements because the cultures present are created naturally through the fermentation process, not in a lab environment. He believes that these naturally-occurring cultures are more easily assimilated by the body.
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