New fruit concentrate partnership set to showcase Tasmanian berry industry

The new partnership will see the concentrate not only used in Mercury Cider, one of Tasmania’s most popular beverages, but also under the Asahi Beverage umbrella are craft beers and non-alcoholic lifestyle beverages brands covering Schweppes, Spring Valley fruit juice, Cottee’s cordial, and Pop Tops.

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