Cawston Press introduces new Sparkling Cloudy Lemonade

1 March, 24
Experts in pressed juice, Cawston Press is excited to announce the launch of its new Sparkling Cloudy Lemonade flavour.

Experts in pressed juice, Cawston Press is excited to announce the launch of its new Sparkling Cloudy Lemonade flavour. Serving as the latest addition to the brand’s Sparkling Juice Drink range, the new SKU combines pressed fruit juice, freshly squeezed lemons and lemon extract. The Cawston Press Sparkling Cloudy Lemonade will be available from 8th March to on-trade distributors, wholesalers and food service (24x330ml), and also via Amazon (12x330ml).

Ben O’Connor, Head of Sales at Cawston Press comments: “Our customers in hospitality, OOH, travel and retail saw an increased demand from consumers wanting a Lemonade done the Cawston Press way – made with simple clean and familiar ingredients, and free from artificial sweeteners, colours and preservatives, with no added sugars and not from concentrate, No Jiggery Pokery – leading us to create Sparkling Cloudy Lemonade”.

Sparkling Cloudy Lemonade joins Elderflower Lemonade, Sparkling Rhubarb, Cloudy Apple, Ginger Beer and Sparkling Orange in Cawston Press’ popular Sparkling Juice Drinks range. Suitable for several occasions such as in-home socialising, picnics or on-the-go consumption, Sparkling Cloudy Lemonade can be enjoyed on its own with only 67 calories per serving, or as a mixer with vodka or gin. Also available to on-trade, the new Sparkling Cloudy Lemonade from Cawston Press is a perfect refreshing summer beverage to serve across restaurants, cafes and bars.

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