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Central England Co-op rolls sustainable new ranges

Central England Co-op is stocking a number of new brands as it looks to offer customers some healthier and sustainable alternatives in 2022. The new independent… View Article

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Central England Co-op rolls sustainable new ranges

Central England Co-op is stocking a number of new brands as it looks to offer customers some healthier and sustainable alternatives in 2022.

The new independent suppliers include Nuud, Drop Bear Beer Co and Naughty Water Boozy Seltzer.

As seen on BBC’s Dragons Den, Nuud’s plastic-free gum is also plant-based, biodegradable and naturally sugar free and Naughty Water Boozy Seltzers’ products offer a lower calorie, vegan and gluten-free option for drinkers. Both ranges are now available in the retailer’s 260 plus stores.

Meanwhile, Drop Bear Beer’s range of award-winning 0.5% ABV craft beers are being stocked in 222 shops, initially for a trial period.

Gary Berns, head of ambient trading at Central England Co-op, said: “At Central England Co-op we continually strive to offer our customers and members varied and distinctive ranges, as well as supporting local, independent businesses which produce quality, carefully crafted products.

“We are delighted to work with businesses which not only provide great alternatives for our shoppers, but which also share common values with ourselves around sustainability and concern for the environment.”

 

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