The new flavour outperformed other choices during extensive market research and social media analysis.
Composed of 54% paper from FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified forests and 28% plant based bio-plastic made from sugarcane.
The UK remains a nation of tea drinkers, as there are 165 million cups of tea consumed everyday in comparison to 90 million cups of coffee.
The smoothie contains kale, spinach, cucumber, celery, orange, apples, grapes and a banana. The drink has no preservations or artificial additives.
The expanded range has flavours including apple, mint & lime; pineapple; coconut & lime; mango & passion fruit; still cloudy lemonade and blueberry & blackberry.
Shmoo are capitalising on the ‘booming’ pink drink trend with the launch of the new flavour. The thick shakes are low in fat, artificial-free and suitable for vegetarian.
In the summer of 2019 Crussh opened a store at Birmingham Children’s Hospital in partnership with global services company Sodexo.
The updated look includes the renaming of three flavours. Mandarin and lemon is now called citrus, peach and mango becomes tropical and pear and blueberry is grouped as berry.
Since launching in 2013 Get More Vits have been creating ‘delicious’ tasting sugar free soft drinks for retailers and the food service industry up and down the UK.
Founded in the South of England, the drinks are completely natural with 60% fruit juice and 40% sping water.