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DASANI Sparkling Launches 3 New Flavors

March 21, 2018 Industry News
Industry News

Since its launch in 2014, DASANI Sparkling has become known for its zero-calorie, unsweetened, naturally flavored lineup. While the brand was first introduced with four original flavors, the DASANI Sparkling family has since grown to offer a distinct range of unique, lightly carbonated waters in a variety of refreshing flavors, including Berry, Black Cherry, Meyer Lemon, Lime, Raspberry Lemonade, Tropical Pineapple, Watermelon, White Peach, Strawberry Guava, Blood Orange and Pink Grapefruit.

DASANI is now welcoming three flavorful new additions: Pomegranate Blueberry, Pear Kiwi and Original.

To celebrate the launch and introduce these new flavors to media, DASANI Sparkling hosted a private dinner at the contemporary American bistro, RIDER, in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y. Guests were invited to discover the new flavors through a curated, three-course dinner that showcased the three new flavors and its versatility in pairing with both food and cocktails.

From Pomegranate Blueberry or Pear Kiwi, which provide notes of fresh fruit flavor, to Original, which offers the clean, crisp taste sparkling water fans look for, DASANI Sparkling gives fans a genuine sparkling water to refresh. The robust variety in the DASANI Sparkling lineup pairs great with food, cocktails or an evening with friends.

The new flavors will launch with a soft rollout in March and will be available nationwide by mid-April.

“DASANI Sparkling has seen great success since its debut four years ago, and we’re listening to our growing fan base and their desire for new and exciting flavors,” says Annie Lohman, brand manager, DASANI Sparkling. “We’re always looking for opportunities to create delicious, guilt-free options, and we’re excited to share these new flavors with those who need a mindful pause from their everyday.”

 

 

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