SAMI Direct launches natural refreshing health drink


SAMI Direct, one of the fastest growing direct selling companies in India and a subsidiary of Sami Group, launched a natural refreshing health drink “Saberry Drink Mix”. It is a Natural Refreshing Drink with an exotic punch of original fruit flavors to help manage metabolic stress and to rejuvenate the mind and body.

Approved by Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), it comes in a pack of 10 sachets and each sachet contains 6.5 g of drink mix with no added sugar or preservatives. It is manufactured and produced to cater to Indian consumers, can be purchased from independent distributors of SAMI Direct.

The company noted that it has key essential ingredients such as Emblica Officinalis Fruit Extract (Saberry), Beet Root Extract (Sabeet), Garcinia Cambogia Fruit Extract (Citrin K), Vitamin B12 and Moringa Oleifera Leaf Extract (Moringin). The drink contains eight deliciously refreshing fruit flavors -apple, banana, pineapple, pomegranate, jamun, cranberry, grape and orange.

Commenting on the launch of the new instant drink, Rajesh Kumar, CEO, SAMI Direct said,” The demand for health supplements has been growing multifold, identifying the need and trend of leading an active, healthy life amongst large number of Indians, we launched Saberry Drink Mix which provides a healthy boost to help people accomplish more during their busy days. India is one of the fastest developing consumer markets, especially for a product targeted towards the young and as well as young adults. There is a huge scope of growth looking at the beverages market in India and we are confident of establishing a strong foothold”

According to a study report published in Indian Pediatrics Journal (July 15, 2014) it is estimated that about 71% of adolescents in urban centers of India consume energy drinks. Despite the cost factor, youth do not mind spending money on energy drinks due to their much advertised perceived benefits on endurance, attention, and stamina. The study report also noted that the energy drinks are non-alcoholic beverages containing stimulants like caffeine, herbal extracts (guarana, ginseng, yerba mate, Ginkgo biloba), glucuronolactone, taurine, inositol, L-carnitine and B Vitamins as the main ingredients to enhance physical and mental endurance.

According to Euromonitor International, with changing lifestyles and increasing paucity of time, urban consumers are relying on energy drinks to cope up with fast paced lifestyles. The market size of energy drinks in India is estimated at about Rs 700 crore, growing 20-25% year-on-year. The carbonated drinks market is close to Rs 6,000 crore and is growing by 10-12% annually, says a report.

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