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Wellness shots and kombucha for kids launched by Remedy

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Kombucha maker Remedy has launched a range of sugar-free wellness shots and expanded its kid’s section with Remedy JNR. 

The Remedy’s wellness shots contain three variants: Remedy Immune+, Remedy Digestion and Remedy Energy. The Remedy JNR features three fruity flavours including Berry Blast, Ace Apple and Tropical Tango. 

According to the company, all the new products are made following a traditional fermentation process and include organic acids and antioxidants, using natural ingredients and having no sugar added. 

Remedy executive Rachel Lees said the company focused on ensuring the shots would appeal to drinkers for both function and taste.

“We’ve already proven with Remedy Kombucha that healthier can be tastier and so we set out to create a range of shots that could not only deliver on function but also taste great, with no compromises.” 

At the same time, Remedy also reported that the company is aiming to give kids aged five to 10 a healthy and tasty drink available for snack time school lunchboxes or an on-the-go refreshment. 

“Up until now, there haven’t really been any options for flavourful drinks made for kids that do both. There was always a compromise, but we know that it doesn’t have to be that way,” said Amie Spengler, marketing manager at Remedy. 

“It’s the drink that parents can give to their kids every day, not just on special occasions and we really believe JNR will shake up kids’ lunches, parties and snacks for good.” 

The Remedy shots can be purchased in major and independent supermarkets and 7-Eleven in a 60ml bottle, and Remedy JNR is available in four-packs of 250ml bottles at Coles. Both can also be found at independent retailers and via the company’s website. 

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