Enjoy a fruit burst this summer with the vibrant Naked Rainbow Machine Smoothie

8 June, 22

Naked Rainbow Machine is a vibrant smoothie, bursting with fruits from all the colours of the rainbow. Each bottle contains eight different fruit and vegetables: tangy red apple, sweet mango, zingy kiwi, juicy blackberry, blueberry, pink beetroot, elderberry and smooth banana. Packed with vitamins C, E, B1, B2 and B6, the smoothie provides a nutritious boost and is the perfect afternoon pick-me-up for this summer.

Whether celebrating Pride, looking for an addition to your picnic basket or an on-the-go drink, consumers can sip in style with a Naked Rainbow Machine in hand. With no added sugar or preservatives, this drink should be enjoyed as part of a varied and balanced diet.

Entering the second year of its partnership with leading LGBTQ+ charity Stonewall, Naked will be donating 5p from every bottle of Naked Rainbow Machine sold across June and July. The money raised will go to Stonewall’s ‘Young Futures’ Programme, which supports LGBTQ+ young people to help them overcome the significant challenges that they face at home, school, education and work.

Charlotte Ashburner, SMM at Tropicana Brands Group, says “Naked Rainbow Machine not only tastes good but it’s bursting with fruits and vegetables from all the colours of the rainbow making it the perfect afternoon pick me up. With the rainbow being a well-known symbol of equality and inclusion, it is so important to Naked as a company, we are delighted to be supporting this on-pack promotion throughout Pride in June and July.’’

Nancy Kelley, CEO at Stonewall says: ‘‘At Stonewall we’re passionate about helping LGBTQ+ people to fulfil their potential. Our Young Futures programme aims to inspire and empower young lesbian, gay, bi, trans, queer, questioning and ace people to take their next step in the world, and donations from sales of Naked Rainbow Machine will help reach this goal.’’

Naked Rainbow Machine is best enjoyed chilled, straight from the fridge and is available in 300ml and 750ml bottles, and the bottle is made from 100% recycled plastic and it is 100% recyclable. It completes the Naked Machine range, which includes Naked Green Machine, Naked Blue Machine, Naked Mango Machine and Naked Red Machine and is available nationwide at Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Ocado and Co-Op. Amazon, Nisa, Bestway, Boots and Spar.

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