The Berry Company’s Core Juice Range to Relaunch

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The Berry Company’s Core Juice Range to Relaunch

July 05
15:01 2016

the-berry-company1The re-launching of The Berry Company’s core juice range has been announced. The core juice range now is low in calorie and has low sugar formulation.

The juices, which are available in Waitrose stores across the United Kingdom, have been developed in response to customers growing need for natural ingredients on the go without extra flavourings and preservatives.

The new range presents best selling flavours such as acai berry, blueberry and cranberry. There are also more exotic flavours such as superberries purple, superberries red, green tea and blueberry.

The Berry Company CEO and founder Khaled Yafi said: “We are always looking to improve our portfolio of juices and this exciting new re-launch occurred after noticing a gap in the UK market for low calorie, low sugar juice drinks. We are responding to the growing demand from health conscious consumers, who wanted drinks that suited their busy day-to-day lives.”

“We’re sure that the wide selection of irresistible fruit-filled flavours will go down a storm in the UK; we’re certain there is a berry for everyone!”

The new range will be retailing at £1.39 for 330ml and £2.29 for a 1 litre bottle.

The Berry Company was founded in January of 2007 by  Khaled Yafi. The company produces drinks that are  made from all natural berries that deliver on quality and taste.The Berry Company prides itself on producing drinks that are both dairy and gluten free, non-GMO and are without artificial additives, colourings, preservatives and sweeteners.

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