What’s New: Craft soft drinks tap new varieties
This week, we explore a range of craft soft drinks, tapping into the growing demand for new varieties
Alo Awaken’s Wheatgrass & Aloe Vera drink combines the health benefits of wheatgrass and aloe vera in one drink, to support a healthy and active lifestyle.
Soda Folk’s Cream Soda allows shoppers to enjoy an American-style craft soft drink. It is made using Madagascan vanilla extracts and has a creamy and smoky taste.
Appy Kids Co’s dairy line is approved by Red Tractor and the Vegetarian Society, and comes in a variety of flavours: Whole Milk, Strawberry, Banana and Chocolate.
Urban Fruit’s Smashing Strawberry is a baked fruit snack that contains no sugar or preservatives, making it an option for parents looking for something their kids can take to school.
Nakd’s Tangy Lime Raisins can be bought as a snack to eat throughout the day or to be included in school lunchboxes. They also count as one of your five-a-day.
Gnaw’s artisan chocolate bar, with cranberries, raisins, granola and seeds, is handmade in Norfolk and uses locally-sourced ingredients and natural flavours.
Dapple apple juice is a sugar-free, carbonated soft drink with 100% recyclable glass packaging. It appeals to customers looking for a natural apple juice.
Itsu’s Katsu Noodle Cup is a filling rice noodle dish with a katsu-inspired broth. It can be ranged near the front of the store to attract people looking for a hot lunchtime meal.
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