We know it’s not always easy having to choose between a tasty drink and a healthier alternative, which is why PURA Soda has come up with a mixture that gives you the best in flavour without compromising your health with high sugar contents and artificial colouring.
And guess what? PURA Soda is the first carbonated soft drink of its kind to hit the South African market.
Anything that’s made with too much sugar isn’t good for you. PURA Soda, a category first, contains much less sugar than other soft drinks, juices and smoothies out there. Let’s put it into perspective: the maximum recommended amount of added sugars to be included in your diet on a daily basis is 9 teaspoons for men and 6 teaspoons for women. A 330ml can of PURA Soda contains only 2.5 teaspoons*, while other options could contain up to 9 teaspoons in a single can! It’s easy to see why PURA Soda should be your first choice this summer.
The PURA choice
Not only are PURA Soda’s ingredients pure and natural, their flavour is at the top of its class. So, when PURA Soda was in the process of being designed, there were a few questions that the PURA Beverage Company had to answer.
How many ingredients are enough?
As little as possible, we reckon. Instead of cramming ingredient after ingredient into a single can, PURA Soda thought long and hard about what the most important ingredients are. Consisting of only five ingredients – carbonated soda water, citric acid, natural flavours, sodium benzoate, and only a dash of pure cane sugar to enhance the flavour – PURA Soda is refreshingly real.
How do we keep it tasty?
Available in a range of natural flavours – including Cucumber & Lime, Seville Orange, Cranberry, Lemon & Elderflower, and Pomegranate – you’re bound to find one you like. Keeping the amount of sugar low and cutting colourants out altogether, PURA Soda extracts the pure essence of nature for its creations.
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