Liqui-Fruit adds some real refizzment to its 100% fruit juice blends
Dec 14th 2011, 10:36
Liqui-Fruit, South Africaâ€™s favourite fruit juice brand (*Sunday Times Top Brands Survey 2011) brings consumers some real refizzment to get the new year off to a refreshing and sparkling start! Introducing our newest star, Liqui-Fruit Sparkling. Liqui-Fruit Sparkling is a new range of carbonated 100% fruit juice dual flavour blends, with no added sugar or preservatives and a 12 month shelf life. It is guaranteed to put fun fizz into the carbonated long-life juice category and a sparkle into your consumerâ€™s step
Packaged in contemporarily designed 275ml slim cans, Liqui-Fruit Sparkling is available in four deliciously refreshing flavour variants: Litchi & Pine; Cranberry & Apple; Passion & Pear and Strawberry & Orange.
The pack design for the Liqui-Fruit Sparkling slim cans was done by Just Design. The cans are manufactured by Bevcan and this new range is available in a case configuration of 4 x 6 x 275 ml. The new Liqui-Fruit Sparkling will retail as single units or in six packs from January 2012.Click here for more information on Liqui-Fruit
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