Taking lemonade to a whole new Level

    Level Beverages has launched a new product, Level Lemonade, onto the Sydney market.

    Level Lemonade contains the full recommended daily intake of magnesium and vitamin C in a single 300ml bottle, the manufacturer says. Yet it’s also low in sugar.

    The product comes in three lemonade flavours: Original Lemon, Lemon & Orange and Lemon & Pineapple.

    Level, which also distributes energy drink 28 Black and the iced-tea Arizona ranges, says it’s excited to expand its existing range of better-for-you drink brands to the Asia Pacific markets.

    “We’re so proud that, after many years of R&D, we’re able to launch what we believe truly to be the next generation of soft drinks,” Level Beverages Managing Director Chrish Graebner said.

    “Looking for a healthful carbonated beverage is a major global consumer trend. By combining the joyful experience of a carbonated soft-drink with some very unique benefits, we sense that we have something really

    new to offer to Australian retailers and consumers.”

    Level Lemonade is currently available in Sydney at selected EzyMart stores. The product will start rolling out nationally

    in March (RRP $3.95).


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