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Reed’s, Sprouts Farmers Market Partner For Swing-Lid Bottle

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Norwalk, Connecticut-based Reed’s, owner of handcrafted, all-natural ginger beverages, announced the launch of the new Reed’s Harvest Spiced Apple Cider.

The all-natural ginger beverage is available in approximately 380 Sprouts Farmers Market stores nationwide in classic half-liter, glass swing-lid packaging. The pint-sized glass bottles feature a ceramic, swing-lid resealable top, making it easier to enjoy the handcrafted beverages.

This launch will supplement the company’s product offerings, including the Reed’s Limited Edition Flying Cauldron Butterscotch Cream Soda and Virgil’s Bavarian Nutmeg Root Beer.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with Sprouts, one of our key retail partners, on this new, limited-edition beverage. The Harvest Spiced Apple Cider showcases the innovative nature of both Reed’s and Sprouts, in addition to our promise of providing unique, premium, and natural products to our customers,” said Norman E. Snyder, CEO of Reed’s.

“We look forward to further deepening our partnership with Sprouts by bringing new, innovative products to their customers in the future.”

Consumers can choose between these limited-edition, fall-inspired sodas:

  • Reed’s Harvest Spiced Apple Cider: Reed’s Harvest Spiced Apple Cider is blend of pumpkin, ginger, nutmeg, allspice and apple cider.
  • Flying Cauldron Butterscotch Cream Soda Swing-Lid: This non-alcoholic beverage is made from a combination of butterscotch, vanilla cream and quality all-natural ingredients.
  • Virgil’s Bavarian Nutmeg Root Beer Swing-Lid: This Bavarian Nutmeg Root Beer recipe, which dates back to 1963, was the initial inspiration for the swing-lid bottle. Micro-brewed artesian water from the Bohemian Forest region is paired with ingredients sourced from around the world to deliver an authentic flavor.

For more information, visit reedsmule.com.

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