What else can you sell?

09 February, 2007

Some other ideas to whet your customers' appetites and improve your profits

Smoothies

Drinks packed full of fruits are benefiting from a revival among the UK's health-conscious consumers as they struggle to keep up with their Christmas detoxes.

Natural Beverage Company's Fruit Hit range fulfils the growing consumer demand for health-boosting drinks. "Additionally, carrying the Fairtrade mark means the product is well placed to answer the demands of ethical consumers," says a Fruit Hit spokesman.

The company has added a new variant to its Fairtrade smoothie range - Black & Blue Berry - which contains blackberries, blackcurrants and blueberries. The range, which also includes Mango & Orange and Pineapple & Passion Fruit, retails at £1.59 for a 33cl bottle.

Natural Beverage Company O1189 344944




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