So far, the retailer response to our new Natural Enhanced Water platform has been fantastic
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (PRWEB) March 28, 2007
"So far, the retailer response to our new Natural Enhanced Water platform has been fantastic," stated Jackie Fox, Clearly Canadian Director of Sales and Marketing. "Having been involved in many successful launches of new beverage products, I am exceptionally pleased with our progress so far and the overwhelmingly positive comments we are receiving from the trade and consumers."
About Clearly Canadian
Based in Vancouver, B.C., Clearly Canadian Beverage Corporation markets premium alternative beverages, including Clearly Canadian(R) sparkling flavoured waters and Clearly Canadian dailyEnergy, dailyVitamin and dailyHydration Natural Enhanced Waters which are distributed in the United States, Canada and various other countries. Since its inception, the Clearly Canadian brand has sold over 2 billion bottles worldwide. Clearly Canadian's recent acquisition of DMR Food Corporation marks the Company's debut into organic and natural products with a wide range of dried fruit and nut snacks offerings from Sundridge Farms, Naturalife, Sweet Selections, Simply by Nature and Glengrove Organics brands. Additional information about Clearly Canadian may be obtained at http://www.clearly.ca.
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