The fruit juices and fruit drinks we produce provide consumers with vitamins and nutrition as well as the liquid needed to maintain good levels of hydration, necessary to sustain a healthy, necessary to sustain a healthy, well-balanced life.
The range of fruit drinks we produce can be categorised as:
- Fruit juice from concentrate, obtained by evaporating most of the water contained in the initial juice and then replacing it during the bottling process
- Fruit drinks, which are soft drinks that contain variable quantities of fruit juice, as well as water and sugar or sweeteners. On average, these have a fruit juice content of between 5 per cent and 12 per cent but can have up to 60 per cent. They can be either sparkling (carbonated) or still.
With the increasing demand for the refreshment and ‘good for you’ qualities that juices offer, Fruice from Coca-Cola is a premium quality product which delivers a variety of high and low juice content options combining drinkability and naturalness and offering a range of pack formats for consumption any time.
Fruice Juicy with added vitamins is a 10% juice drink available in 250ml coloured bottles.
Fruice Dilute is a double strength dilutable range available in Orange, Blackcurrant and Orange and Pineapple flavours.
Fruice Special Edition
Fruice Special Edition Juice drinks contain 30% juice. They are available in 1 Litre packs in two flavours – Tropical or Apple & Berry.
Oasis is a still fruit drink available in two refreshing flavours – Citrus Punch and Summer Fruits.
We offer consumers ready-to-drink tea beverages in a variety of flavours under the Nestea brand. These include Lemon, Red Fruits and Green Tea.
Across the Coca-Cola Hellenic Group Ready-to-Drink (RTD) teas are an increasingly popular beverage and in recent years their appeal has broadened.
NESTEA is a still drink with the great taste of fruit and the refreshing benefits of tea.
In 2008 Coca-Cola HBC Ireland and Northern Ireland launched Piacetto Coffee, available from state-of-the-art, self-service machines for the on-the-go consumer.
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