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NEW no added sugar Juiced Water from One
10 June 2016
One - the UK's largest ethical bottled water brand is excited to announce the launch of a new range of juiced waters, with no added sugar.
One Juiced Water is a healthier alternative to leading juiced water brands; just juice, spring water and a dash of natural flavouring, these refreshing summer drinks contains up to a 1/3 less sugar, no preservatives, sweeteners or added sugar
The range comprises three flavours - Raspberry & Apple, Orange & Mango and Cloudy Apple; all in 400ml bottles. They're currently available in World Duty Free, Thomas Cook Airlines, bb's Coffee & Muffins, and Independent Café & Deli stores nationwide.
Ian Spooner, Marketing Director at One, commented: "There's been a lot of media focus on reducing sugar consumption and consumers are looking for drinks without added sugar. We're proud to launch a range of drinks that not only offers a healthier proposition to consumers, but has charitable benefits too."
As with all of the One drinks portfolio; still, sparkling and flavoured waters (available through well known retailers such as Starbucks, World Duty Free, Holland and Barrett and airlines Virgin and Thomas Cook), profit from the sale of Juiced Water funds clean water projects in some of the world's poorest communities.
To date One has raised over £14 million, bringing a sustainable supply of safe, clean, drinking water to over three million. The philanthropic business is aiming to change 5 million lives by 2020 through raising £20million.
Spooner continues, "We believe by consuming on a more conscious level, we can all effect positive change. Simply by changing the brand of bottled water or juice you buy, you can help transform lives on the other side of the world. It's that simple."
Notes to editors:
Founded in 2005, The One Brand donates its profit to fund water projects in some of the poorest regions of the world.
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