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Purity Soft Drinks adds summer variant juice to Juiceburst portfolio
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24 May 2023

Purity Soft Drinks adds summer variant juice to Juiceburst portfolio

Purity Soft Drinks has expanded its Juiceburst range with the addition of a Summer Fruits juice drink. Summer Fruits features a blend of strawberry, cherry and apple. According to the company, a bottle of Summer Fruits count as one of your five a day and contains no artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners, and no added sugar. Sarah Baldwin, CEO at Purity Soft Drinks, said: “As the summer months approach and consumers are looking for healthy, great value soft drinks, we hope Summer Fruits will become a great go-to product. Our Summer Fruits SKU has a vibrant taste, is naturally healthy and comes at a great price point." JuiceBurst Summer Fruits will be available this month at Tesco, Co-op, Bidfood and Brakes, and more, for £1.69 per 500ml PET bottle.

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