Archive for April, 2011
Here is a great deal for Facebook Fans only!
During April and May 2011 when you order a case of 12 bottles of AloeVit aloe vera water you will receive FREE delivery.
Facebook Fans get free delivery.
AloeVit will be available in shops priced at £1.29 per 500ml bottle. If you cannot get it locally then place your order today and get free delivery plus the spice packs. Orders shipped to anywhere in mainland UK.
Special Facebook SOLD OUT
12 x 500ml
The extraordinary story on BBC of how the bottled water industry has grown from nothing to become one of the biggest success stories in the modern food and beverage industry in just forty years.
AloeVit functional water offers the end user a great tasting, zero sugar, aloe vera drink with added health benefits. This remarkable BBC programme about bottled water has increased sales of AloeVit in the UK and now in India where a new distributor is now on board. Try it today.
Shrink-sleeve firm Chadwicks has produced a seven-colour UV flexo-printed sleeves for the aloe vera based sports drink firm, Aloevit
AloeVit is an energy drink that is said to be the first in Europe that combines vitamins and amino acids with Aloe Vera and was launched in the summer of 2010. The sugar-free drink is available in four flavours.
Chadwicks printed the sleeves on 50-micron film with a subtle colour for a quality finish that helps differentiate AloeVit from other sports drinks.
Jas Rayatt of Leicester-based Raycash, which produces AloeVit, said: “Chadwicks has provided us with a fantastic quality sleeve that will allow AloeVit to compete in this highly competitive market.”
Bury-based Chadwicks is part of Clondalkin’s flexible packaging division and produces pre-cut lids and shrink sleeves.
Yes you can win prizes this month with AloeVit’s Facebook Fan Page Competition
How do I enter the free prize draw?
Congratulations to all the winners. A full list is available on the AloeVit Facebook page. The competition is now closed. Become a fan so you can keep up to date with any future prize draws or special offers just for Facebook Fans.
Easy, just become a FAN of AloeVit on Facebook . Click the LIKE button below. We welcome your comments using the Facebook plugin on this page or visit us on Facebook to write your message. Remember to let all your friends know so they get a chance to win too!
What could I win?
Prize #1 – one name will be picked at random from the fans. You could win 12 bottles of AloeVit aloe vera water delivered to your door. (UK mainland only)
Prize #2 – Courtesy of Red Hot Cuisine, 10 people will win a free curry night; 2 x fresh spice packs (one chicken & one vegetable)
The draw takes place on 30th April. Winners names will be posted on the AloeVit Facebook page.
Should you have any questions visit the contact page.
About Red Hot Cuisines spice packs
Red Hot Cuisine has created a selection of unique blend of fresh, whole and ground spices with clear instructions on how to cook an authentic Indian meal of your choice. It simple and fun to do. You will taste the difference. This is low calorie curry, but packed with flavours.
A recent report in The Daily Mail about Vitamin Water
From The Daily Mail;
They sound like a healthy alternative to fizzy drinks. But while Vitamin Water may appear virtuous, each brightly-coloured bottle contains as much as five teaspoons of sugar.
Yesterday advertising watchdogs banned makers Coca-Cola from boasting that the water is a ‘nutritious’ drink. It is the second time in little over a year that the firm has been censured for claims about health-giving properties of the drink, which contains 23g of sugar per half-litre bottle.
It comes in eight ‘give-health-a-big-kiss’ varieties with names like Spark, Defence and Power-C, in flavours such as ‘apple-kiwi’ and ‘tropical citrus’, even though they do not contain any fruit.
The Advertising Standards Authority yesterday ruled that consumers ‘would not expect a “nutritious” drink to have the equivalent of four or five teaspoons of added sugar’.
Most would be expected to finish the bottle – a quarter of their recommended daily intake of sugar, it added. Coca-Cola had argued the sugar level was within the range of a low-calorie drink, while vitamin content, such as a daily dose of vitamin C, meant it could be considered healthy.
But the ASA banned it from using the word ‘nutritious’ in future ad campaigns.
In 2009 Coke was rapped for implying the drinks were healthier than eating vegetables.
Last night Tam Fry, of the National Obesity Forum, welcomed the ruling, saying: ‘It’s very disappointing they’ve been marketing a drink which is laced with sugar in this way.’
A Coca-Cola spokesman said: ‘We have always been completely transparent that the drinks contain 23g of sugar in each 500ml bottle. We do not believe this detracts from the vitamin and mineral content.’
End of Daily Mail Report
AloeVit is a great sugar free alternative with the added health benefits of Aloe Vera
The makers of Aloevit, an aloe vera based fruit flavoured water, approached London based independent design consultant David Roberts to develop the product brand which launched last year with four flavours: Peach, Lemon & Lime, Orange and Mango and Black Cherry.
One of the main aspects of the brief was to set the product apart from other fruit water and give it [Aloevit] shelf presence. David explains that there seemed to be a generic design appearing in stores that relied on transparent ‘fruit splash’ labelling which, under the harse lighting of supermarket shelving became vague and indistinguishable.
The label was designed to be clear and informative yet fun and different right down to the nutritional ‘traffic light’ daily guideline.
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- Chadwicks Produce AloeVit Sleeve