Drinks brand Soda Folk is boosting its portfolio in the UK as it targets consumers on the lookout for alcohol alternative beverages.
Five new varieties have been launched this summer: black cherry, orange, grape, juniper, and French apple.
The brand, which unveiled its root beer and cream soda in the UK in 2015, said the new products are targeted at expectant mothers, teetotallers, those avoiding alcohol to cut down on calories and designated drivers.
Soda Folk was founded by Colorado native Ken Graham who, when he moved to London, found himself homesick for Coloradan root beer.
“Since we launched Soda Folk two years ago, we’ve found our way into hundreds of stockists across the UK,” he said.
We’re really proud that we’ve helped popularise American-style root beer and cream soda, but when it came time to create some new flavours, we knew we wanted to try something different.
“Could we make a range of sodas that had the same flavour impact, using all natural ingredients, but without the added sugar?
“It took over a year of tinkering in the Soda Folk kitchen, but we managed to cook up five new flavours that fit the bill. We think our new drinks will introduce Soda Folk to a much broader market, and we can’t wait to get them out into the world.”
The new range is available across the UK with each 330ml bottle costing £2.49.
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