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Kiwi Star Launches New Juice Range

Media Release: August 27, 2012

Kiwi Star Launches New Juice Range

One of New Zealand's best loved television and theatre stars, Antonia Prebble, has teamed up with drinks giant Just Juice to bring to life a new range of fruit juices with 50% less sugar.

The new Just Juice collection represents the first naturally sweetened, low sugar fruit juice drink range in New Zealand.

Prebble says she is excited to be involved in the campaign, which will see Kiwis able to enjoy a lower sugar juice without compromising the delicious Just Juice taste we all know and love.

"Just Juice is a household name and this new range means that people can enjoy the delicious flavour without having to worry about the high sugar levels that some juices have," says Prebble.

Prebble is well known for her role as Loretta West in TV3's hugely successful series Outrageous Fortune. She is currently in production for a new television series and has three films set for release next year.

"As an actress, I need to be fit and healthy and this new juice range means I can keep my sugar intake low while still enjoying the sweet taste of juice. New Zealand is a health-conscious society so options like this are great because they enable people to enjoy what they love without the worry of having too much sugar," says Prebble.

The full range of Just Juice with 50% less sugar flavours: Cheeky Apple, Juicy Orange and Truly Tropical, are available in both 1 litre and 2.4 litre packs from supermarkets nationwide.


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