Refresh your shelves – with new soft drinks
Among the categories in FFD’s June-July issue is soft drinks. Here are a few new launches to get retailers thinking as summer kicks into gear.
Bon Accord Soft Drinks has launched a new, naturally sweetened line, Pink Grapefruit Soda. The soda is made with real grapefruit, apple and pear juice and sweetened with coconut nectar, containing no artificial sweeteners or refined sugar. It is sold direct from the company’s website in cases of 12 x 275ml glass bottles with an RRP of £1.75 per unit.
Created using gently sparkling Welsh spring water, fruit extracts and natural flavours, Radnor Hills’ new Infusions sparkling waters come in Lemon & Mint and Raspberry & Black Cherry flavours. Both are free from sugar, sweeteners, calories and preservatives. Available in cases of 12 x 330ml cans, the new lines have an RRP of £1.60.
The company behind Australia’s top selling Remedy Kombucha is launching new Remedy Coconut Water Kefir in the UK. The drink is brewed using a live culture nurtured from traditional kefir grains. The result is a light, fizzy and refreshing drink with coconut undertones that contains no sugar. Launched March 2020, the kefir is available in 250ml cans (RRP £1.85) or 330ml glass bottles (RRP £2.50) in Pure and Passion Fruit flavours. Available through Brakes, Cotswold Fayre and many other distributors.
MOMO Kombucha recently launched an elderflower flavour to add to its range of kombuchas. Touted as the brand’s most refreshing flavour yet, loose leaf tea is steeped with organic elderflower before fermentation. Sold in cases of 24 330ml glass bottles, it has a trade price of £2.15 and a £4.30 RRP.
Onan eco-friendly, family-run farm in Devon, Biokef has created a honey and cinnamon kefir from jersey cows’ milk, live cultures and honey. Recently rebranded, the 250ml bottles are sold in cases of 12 with a minimum order of three cases. Trade price £2.20, RRP £3.85.