Water: Enjoy it your way

Go Splash - flavours

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We all know how important it is to stay hydrated so it’s refreshing to know there’s now a great new way to add a splash of style and flavour to water.

Go Splash™ is a new sugar-free, low-calorie water enhancer that brings fun and flavour to water.

GoSplash_Blast_Core_OrangePineapple With added B vitamins and virtually no calories, Go Splash comes in refreshing Blackcurrant, Orange Pineapple and Energy Lightning Red varieties in handy, pocket-sized bottles you can take anywhere and enjoy “on the go”!
Perfect for the handbag, car, holidays, lunchboxes, the workplace or for all kinds of sporting activities, Go Splash adds a refreshing touch of style to water.

GoSplash_Blast_Energy_RedAvailable exclusively from Tesco at £2.45, each Go Splash bottle can flavour 30 x 200ml glasses (six litres) of water – simply add a squirt to a glass or bottle of water for a great new taste experience and enjoy water your way.

Water enhancers have already taken America by storm, with annual sales worth a healthy £500 million. Now Go Splash is set to make waves here in the UK – the natural, healthy and stylish choice for people wherever they are!

For more info, check out the Go Splash Facebook page
or visit www.gosplash.eu

Splash logo For further press information please contact:

Clare Warner
Warner Robinson & Associates
Tel: 01252 834369
Email: clarewarner@btinternet.com

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  1. says

    Hi Sarah -

    I drink quite a lot of water every day anyway, and find I really don’t need to liven up. Once in a while, though, it’s nice to have a change! On the other hand, I would not want to try this product without knowing what’s in it: too many times I find that sugar-free products use aspartame or another toxic substance.

    The Facebook page doesn’t seem to give any information on content, but I imagine you have researched this already. Do they use a sweetener, and if so, what is it?

    Alan
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