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Manzanita Naturals Eliminates Sugar From Its Sparkling Waters

A San Francisco Bay Area-based company, Manzanita Naturals, has decided to relaunch its THC-infused Grape Bliss and Strawberry Bliss sparkling waters. The premium cannabis-infused beverage company decided to do so by removing sugar substitutes. The relaunch has helped the company introduce other new flavors including lime, tangerine, and grapefruit which are also sugar-free. According to Manzanita Naturals CEO Andrew Amend, they try talking to the customers in order to know about the current choices. Manzanita is always on the lookout for a tastier, healthy, and challenging product. The current flavors possess ingredients like 10 Milligrams of THC, no cannabis taste, and in case cannabis is used, then a strong citrus flavor with no sweeteners is added.

Earlier, Manzanita Naturals made use of erythritol to sweeten its sparkling waters without having any impact on the calorie and sugar content. Due to the zero effect on calories and insulin levels, erythritol gained momentum as a popular sweetener among the ketogenic, low sugar, and diabetic people. The customers’ choice of having tasty, easy-to-read ingredients, and something new has inspired Manzanita Naturals to revise its recipes. The company took 8 Months to make a new, crisp, clean, and cannabis-free taste product. The latest emulsion technology, all-natural ingredients, and essential oils seem to be used to flavor the sparkling. The relaunched Grape Bliss and Strawberry Bliss sparkling waters have their names changed just to Grape and Strawberry. The flavors like lime, grapefruit, and tangerine are now available in the new packaging that possesses a QR code and zigzag design. The QR code will help the customers know about the lab tests performed and other additional contents.

On a similar note, Ab InBev has launched Mike’s Hard Sparkling Water in the UK. The alcoholic sparkling water has gained a lot of momentum in the US and now it is time that it enters the UK market. By the end of the month, the 5% ABV and 99% calories per 330ml can are expected to hit the UK market. Lime, black cherry, and lemon will be the 3 flavors in which Mike’s Hard Sparkling Water will be launched. This is a healthier option compared to other alcoholic beverages.

Jerri Hollinger
Sr. Content Writer At The Food Beverage News

Having a Master’s Degree in Brewing Technology and overall experience of 6 years in the field of writing, Jerri has been one of the most workaholic and dedicated team members of thefoodbeveragenews.com portal. She has been a part of this portal for 4 years now. Jerri started a career in writing with freelancing and the journey has been worth watching and appraising. She handles the Beverage Industry domain of the portal and along with her team provides all the vital and up-to-the-minute news and reports to the readers in a simple and comprehensible manner.

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