Jan 30th 2012, 11:59
Wilde 100% Fruit Juice is the first 100% â€śmade from concentrateâ€ť fruit juice range to be produced under the Pacmar brands and was introduced as an extension to their existing Wilde 100% Pure Pressed Fruit Juice range.
Wilde 100% Fruit Juice is packed into Elopak and Tetra Pak cartons which are world renowned for their low carbon footprint. This unique packaging allows for Wilde 100% to have an extended shelf life of up to twelve months outside the cold chain, without the addition of any sugars or preservatives. This means that no matter what the fruit in season is, consumers can enjoy their favourite fruit drink all year round! Wilde 100% fruit juice is made in South Africa using real fruit â€“ no additional sugar or preservatives.
Wilde 100% comes in a variety of 4 different flavours in 2L packs (Berry, Orange, Apple and Tropical) and 7 different flavours in 1L packs (Guava, Red Grape Lite, Apple, Mango & Orange, Tropical, Mixed Berry and Orange). Wilde 100% Fruit Juice has an interactive blog that is regularly updated. Visit www.wilde100.co.za and follow the link to the Wilde Blog to leave any comments.
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This yearâ€™s Storms River Traverse three-day stage race was a major success where Team Wilde performed considerably well sporting the new and improved Wilde cycling kit.
We had a great time at this yearâ€™s Cheese Festival 2013, where thousands of food lovers enjoyed some of the tasty treats the Cape has to offer.
Wide 100% Fruit Juice has announced the sponsorship of this yearâ€™s Netball Legue 2013, where twelve schools from around the Western Cape will be battling it out on the court for top honors.
Wilde 100% Fruit Juice is proud to sponsor the young gentlemen of Hugenote High School's (HHS) 1st Rugby. The team from Wellington, Western Cape played an interesting game against Durbanville High School (DHS) over the weekend.
Researchers want healthier food made cheaper
05/07/2012 - 09:16
The government needs to do more to protect South Africans from the lure of junk food by making healthier food cheaper and more readily available, say researchers from the University of the Western Cape.
SA farmers court Asian market
26/06/2012 - 07:58
Johannesburg - South African maize and citrus farmers are setting their sights on Asia as they grapple with increasing competition in Africa and falling demand in Europe.
Blower-powered bottle dryer helps ensure product integrity cost effectively
09/02/2012 - 09:09
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Janine Allis - Giving South Africa a Natural high!
12/07/2011 - 08:41
Gauteng â€“ Janine Allis, dynamic Founder of Boost Juice Bars, recently regaled media and other guests at the Boost outlet in The Mall of Rosebank whilst on a rare visit to South Africa. Janine truly inspired her audience with her exuberance, free spirit and unwavering will to succeed, reliving the Boost Juice journey from its origins to becoming the fastest growing Smoothie Brand in the Southern Hemisphere.
New tech for old fruits
28/06/2011 - 11:54
Green Cell Technologies' enhanced extraction process has transformed the fruit juice manufacturing industry.