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Radnor Hills has launched a collection of carbonated drinks called GI Fruitades with a low glycaemic index.

The mineral water company is making the drinks from natural ingredients, such as carbonated Welsh mineral water and natural fruit juice, and using no artificial sweeteners or colours.

GI Fruitades is classified as a low GI product as it is under 55 on the Glycaemic Scale.

Low GI products offer a sustained energy source and higher concentration levels, as an alternative to sugary drinks, which supply unsustainable energy. Carbohydrate from natural fruits releases more slowly into the blood stream than added sugar or glucose.

The carbonated drinks will be available in blueberry, orange, apple, and lemon & lime. A 330ml bottle will retail at GBP0.49 and will be available to trade in cases of 24.

Radnor Hills is run by the Watkins family, in Wales, and just-drinks first reported the company's intention to release low GI drinks on 9 December 2005.


Sectors: Soft drinks, Water

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