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Product news: Fruittella adds grab & go sachet option
Published:  21 June, 2018

Fruittella has added a new handy grab & go sachet option to its range of 'less sugar' and 'sugar free' products, perfect for quick purchases on the go. 

The new single offering sachets, which are 99 calories per pack, offer a sweet treat that "delivers all the flavour, but less sugar", and fits in with the NHS Change4Life snack recommendation.

Available in two of Fruittella’s best-selling flavours – Strawberry and Summer Fruits – each sachet holds seven chews, containing 30% less sugar and even more fruit juice per portion.

With 73% of sugar free and reduced sugar sales incremental to the confectionery category, the brand is building on the success of its range, increasing the choice of products to ensure broadened audience appeal and boosted sales for retailers.

Matthew Navier, Fruittella brand manager, said: “Our new Fruittella sachets are a must-stock, as they present an easy choice for shoppers looking to indulge their snack habit while keeping their calorie intake down. With each pack being under 100 calories, they are also compliant with Public Health England guidelines, which are top of mind with each addition to our sugar free and reduced sugar range.”




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