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Clearly Canadian has announced additions to its distributor network in California which, it claims, will virtually complete its coverage in the state.

The Canadian bottle water group said today (17 July) that it has added the Californian drinks distributor Haralambos Beverage Co. to its US distributor network, along with Cencal Beverage, Valley Wide Beverage, Eastern Sierra Wholesale, Benitas Distributing, Maita Distributors and G.B.L Distributing in the state.

The companies will distribute the Clearly Canadian range, including Clearly Canadian sparkling flavoured waters and its new line-up of Clearly Canadian enhanced waters, throughout Southern California.

"With the addition of these partners, we now have almost complete distribution coverage in California," said Clearly Canadian CEO Brent Lokash. "These new distributors will play a key role in helping us gain further recognition for our products. We continue to build a strong nationwide network of partners who share our belief that the snack and beverage consumer is looking for healthier alternatives."


Sectors: Soft drinks, Water

Companies: Clearly Canadian

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