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The Latest Light

21 October 2005

The Latest Light

Two new deliciously tasty, and seriously healthy juice drinks will soon appear at your local supermarket.

Ocean Spray®, the world’s leading producer of cranberry products, has developed two new ‘Light’ flavours to respond to growing consumer interest in low calorie drink products.

Joining Ocean Spray’s popular Cranberry Light™ juice drink are:

Raspberry Cranberry Light with the crisp, dry refreshing taste of cranberries combined with the sweetness of raspberries, but with no added sugar.

White Cranberry Light had been developed for those who want the same mild and smooth taste of White Cranberry fruit drink, with no added sugar.

Both new juice drinks are sweetened with Sucralose, giving them only 10 calories per 100ml serve, which makes them perfect for anyone concerned about their sugar intake, including most Type 2 diabetics (though it is recommended that all diabetics check with their doctor before consuming any new product.)

White Cranberry Light, like Cranberry Light™, helps maintain urinary tract health and is high is Vitamin C and other antioxidants.

Ocean Spray® Light juice drinks have a recommended retail price of $5.25 and are available in 1.5L PET bottles from leading supermarkets.


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