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Made with a base of Remedy Kombucha, Remedy Good Energy is packed with polyphenols, live cultures and organic acids. For a smooth, enduring kick there is added goodies like green coffee bean to deliver a clean caffeine boost and ginseng which is known for its naturally energising properties.
Naturally, Remedy Good Energy doesn’t contain any sugar, crazy unsafe levels of caffeine, guarana, or anything artificial.
Brewed the old-school way, all the sugar is brewed out, leaving a live cultured drink with no sugar, naturally.
It’s an energy drink that perfectly fits in the ‘better-for-you’ category.
Available in two variants, Blackberry and Kakadu Plum.
For more information and have Remedy stocked on your shelves contact Deva Dhar, country manager – NZ, on 021 245 2363 or email email@example.com.
Coca-Cola Oceania’s Nutriboost, is the company’s first brand to carry 5 Stars on the Health Star Rating system.
Boosted with four key nutrients – protein, calcium, fibre and Vitamin D – Nutriboost is the perfect snack to turn to for a tasty morning or mid-afternoon treat that is nutritional, convenient and, most importantly, delicious.
“We all know that as the day wears on, it’s easy to get hit with that mid-afternoon slump,” said senior brand manager for Nutriboost, Gina Beck.
“We took this as inspiration to create Nutriboost, which packs in plenty of nutritional punch, including protein, calcium, fibre and Vitamin D, making it the perfect pick-me-up to deliver a nutritious boost when you need it most.”
The Nutriboost range is available in two flavours, chocolate and vanilla, both with no added sugar.
The launch is part of The Coca-Cola Company’s transformation into a total beverages company which offers consumers more of the beverages they want for all occasions. In some cases, this means adding functional ingredients, in others it means offering more low- and no-sugar options or launching exciting new drinks in categories such as juice and water.
The new range of mylks from Rebel Kitchen provides a great alternative for consumers looking for a dairy-free, refined sugar-free grab-and-go snack. It is formulated with sustainably sourced certified organic ingredients to create a creamy coconut and cashew mylk drink, offered in four delicious flavours including Mocha, Chocolate, Iced Coffee and Choc Hazelnut. Free from gluten, fillers, stabilisers and preservatives and is suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Rebel Kitchen’s range of dairy-free mylks are perfect for consumers who prefer the flavour of conventional milk. The unique formulation of the two plant-based mylks by Rebel Kitchen, Original and Extra Creamy, are great replacements for dairy in baking, on cereal, cooking and barista blended coffee. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Crafted with sustainably sourced certified organic ingredients.
It’s perfect for summer, it’s grown and handcrafted in Central Otago, and there’s nothing else like it – the Gold Digger Sparkling Wine. Yes, it comes in a 330mL beer bottle, so it’s the perfect size for a couple. Frizzante means that the bubbles are gentle, just enough to accentuate the aromas of apple and pear in the Sparkling Pinot Gris, and fresh strawberry in the Sparkling Rosé. A hint of sweetness completes the package. It’s dangerously delicious (and vegan friendly).
Sparkling Pinot Gris – 9421900816439
Sparkling Rosé – 9421900816989
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Tracing its history back to the early 20th century, Champagne Tribaut has been producing world-class wines for four generations. Held in high esteem by wine writer and consultant Peter Saunders, these three outstanding wines are amongst the finest in their categories.
The Cuvée Brut is made each year from Crayères de Romery Chardonnay and the Crossats d’ Écueil Pinot Noir grapes. Blended with 50 percent reserve wines in large oak casks, Saunders noted the Cuvée Brut’s “smooth and nicely rounded style,” and described it has “a wine which shows class and finesse.” Rated five stars by Peter Saunders.
A fresh and fruit champagne, Brut Origine is made from 50 percent Pinot Meunieur, 30 percent Chardonnay, and 20 percent Pinot Noir. Aged for 30 months on the lees before disengorgement, this champagne shows great length and a good balance on the palate. “Very tasty fruit, yet subtle enough to be elegant,” said Saunders. Rated five stars by Peter Saunders.
Brut Rosé’s salmon hue and red fruit aromas are acquired via the incorporation of red wine from the Damery terroir into the cuvée. This 30-month-aged wine is tart, taught, and crisp, and pairs excellently with white meats and a range of desserts. Rated five stars by Peter Saunders.