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    Turtle Sodas launches soft drinks in aluminium cans

  • China Aluminium Network
  • Post Time: 2019/10/10
  • Click Amount: 77

    Turtle Sodas has announced the launch of new sparkling soft drinks in aluminium cans in the UK. The products are available in mango, pineapple and lime flavours. The new range is made with no sugar, no artificial sweeteners.

    Turtle Sodas Founder Caitlin Egen said: “There is a huge shift happening in the drinks sector. With increasing awareness about the harm of sugar, artificial sweeteners and alcohol, drinks businesses need to start radically innovating on a product level,”

    “Turtle Sodas was born from a personal frustration at the lack of great-tasting soft drinks that didn’t rely on sugar or additives to achieve their flavour profiles. Turtle Sodas is a zero-compromise brand, and I believe that you don’t need to compromise on flavour for health, and certainly shouldn’t have to compromise on ethics for business.”

    The company said the new products offer the perfect merger of being a delicious, healthy soft drink and a brand with a meaningful conservation mission.

    Source: www.alcircle.com
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