How to become a Good Earth stockist
You’re at your favourite takeaway joint grabbing a quick bite for lunch and your attention turns to the drinks fridge. But alas, it’s just full of sugar-loaded soft drinks, sickly sweet juices and boring old water. Damn! No deliciously tart and refreshing kombucha.
So how do you get your favourite stores to stock Good Earth? The good news is that it’s easy! Just direct them to our website where they can request information on our preferred distribution partners.
To help you convince your favourite store or café, here’s some top reasons why Good Earth Kombucha is the booming new drink sensation and why they should stock it.
Low in sugar, high in refreshment
In the past few years, there’s been a growing recognition that we typically consume too much sugar. And one of the easiest ways to have a sugar overload is drinking sugar-sweetened beverages.
Kombucha is a great alternative to traditional soft drinks. It’s still got all the fizzy refreshment, but without all the sugar. Good Earth Kombucha comes in four flavours: sweet and fruity Pomegranate and Acai; herbaceous Lemongrass and Ginger; zingy tropical Passionfruit and Lime; and sharp and tart Original;. Whatever type of food is being served, there’s a Good Earth Kombucha flavour to match!
Good to drink, good for the environment
Good Earth kombucha is certified organic by Australian Certified Organic (ACO), so retailers can rest assured that they are offering consumers a delicious product that they can enjoy guilt free. There’s no artificial nasties, and we flavour with real organic fruit juices and natural flavours.
What’s more, Good Earth kombucha is packaged in brown glass bottles – a fully and endlessly recyclable material. And the caps and labels are recyclable too!
Where do you want to see Good Earth stocked?
Let us know where you’d like to see Good Earth kombucha available to buy. We’ll get our team door knocking and spreading the word, so it’s easier for you to buy better for you and delicious refreshment wherever you go!
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