Remedy Kombucha arrives at bp convenience stores

Remedy Kombucha has become the first kombucha to launch into bp, with its Wild Berry and Raspberry Lemonade flavours (250ml; RRP. £1.99) available in bp-owned convenience stores across the country now.

Vegan and gluten-free, the inclusion of Remedy delivers a healthier soft drink alternative for people on-the-move, with Remedy’s light and refreshing fizzy drinks free from sugar and artificial sweeteners, and also bursting with live cultures (good bacteria), organic acids and antioxidants that are widely reported to support gut health.

Remedy is the kombucha market leader in the UK, with >30% category share, and the third largest kombucha brand globally. Growing at more than 70% year-on-year, Remedy has driven more growth in the category than all other competitors put together over the past 12 months.

Research demonstrates that this is mostly thanks to Remedy’s delicious fizzy drinks, which offer the enticing sweet and sour notes of a traditional fermented kombucha, balanced by bold fruit flavours. Add to this Remedy’s functional benefits and the growing awareness of gut health, and reducing sugar and artificial sweetener from our diet, and it’s clear to understand why Remedy is being back by leading retailers including Tesco, Morrisons, Starbucks, Marks & Spencer, Holland & Barrett and Ocado.

Anna Dominey, general manager at Remedy Drinks UK, said: “We’re thrilled to be introducing kombucha to bp-owned convenience stores across the country, providing a delicious offering for
people who are seeking a healthier option when they’re on-the-move. Our mission is to demonstrate that healthy can still mean tasty, which bp customers will soon recognise when they enjoy Remedy’s Wild Berry and Raspberry Lemonade flavours.”

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