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Bisleri to launch bubbly mango drink this summer

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, most trusted brand of mineral water in the country is all set to launch Bisleri . Scheduled to launch this summer season, Bisleri , the bubbly mango will be one of its kind in the fizzy fruit drink category. will have a unique proposition of real mango juice with refreshing fizz.

Bisleri to launch bubbly mango drink this summer
The aerated beverages category in India is around Rs 14,000 crore and is dominated by colas, followed by clear, orange and lemon flavors

The aerated beverages category in India is around Rs 14,000 crore and is dominated by colas, followed by clear, orange and lemon flavors. Research estimates suggest that there are close to 155 million consumers who prefer carbonated drinks, juices and fizzy fruity drinks. In the last few years, there has been a perceivable growth in the popularity of fruity fizzy beverages. There has been a change in consumption patterns, consumers are now looking for a healthier option. So Bisleri Fonzo is entering the right segment at the right time.

As per Adex, fruity fizzy category spends have doubled in the last year indicating a clear shift in consumer sentiment towards this category. Hence with an ascending demand of fruit based juices, the brand has innovated Bisleri Fonzo to give consumers a bubbly mango experience like never before.

Speaking on the announcement, , Chairman and Managing Director, Bisleri International Pvt. Ltd said, “Indian market is saturated with regular mango based drinks but none of the brands had anything new to offer. While mango drinks score high on taste and are filling, they are not refreshing enough. Inspired by this insight, we created Bisleri FONZO that offers the consumer the unmatchable taste of mango fruit with fizz.”

Fonzo will be available in 250 ml PET bottle priced at Rs 18 across India from April 2018.

For the launch, the brand is planning a full-fledged campaign and 360 degree media reach out. The campaign will run across TV, print, digital and on-ground retail touch points across the country.