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Fruit and Flavored Still Beverages

Posted: August 21, 2007

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In Japan, Morinaga Milk Industry has released Acerola Water under the Sunkist Water Series brand. It is a fruity, refreshing acerola drink that contains 1% acerola juice. It can be used to quench thirst or to accompany a meal. A 200 mL serving of the drink provides 80 mg of vitamin C, satisfying an adult’s daily vitamin C requirements.


Beyond superfoods, a range of new fruit and flavored still drinks were mixed with milk, yogurt or soya. These drinks provide consumers with convenient access to a wider range of nutritional elements in one beverage. Soya-based products have particular appeal with heart-health conscious consumers due to soy’s ability to help lower cholesterol.

In Spain, Carrefour has released Caribbean Juice with Milk Fruit Drink, a blend of milk with orange, pineapple, papaya, mango, guava, carrot, apricot and passion juices, and enriched with vitamins A, C and E.

In Brazil, Nestlé has released Soya Based Juice under the Nestlé Sollys brand. This beverage is available in a grape flavor. It contains soy protein and vitamin C, but does not contain any lactose or cholesterol.