Palo Alto, CA (Mar. 4, 2014) – Coco Libre, an emerging leader and innovator in certified organic coconut water, will launch it’s Fair Trade Certified Coconut Water in a new 11oz tetra pak at this Spring’s Expo West, March 7-9, 2014, at booth # 5689. Fair Trade certification empowers farmers and workers to improve their lives and protect the environment. It also allows Coco Libre to build a long term relationships with farmers and transparent supply chains.
“We wanted to provide our consumers with an Organic great tasting pure coconut water in an easy to drink and recyclable container, while ensuring our product can benefit the lives and environment of the farmers” says Mark Shaw, founder of Maverick Brands.
Available in two flavors, original and pineapple, Coco Libre Organic Coconut Water has no added sugar, is cholesterol-free, has more potassium than a banana, is packed with electrolytes, and is also certified vegan and gluten-free. Why drink anything else?
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About Coco Libre:
Founded in 2010 by Mark Shaw, Coco Libre was the first certified organic bottled coconut water and is sourced from young green coconuts grown without pesticides. Coco Libre is available in 2 flavors, original and pineapple, is certified vegan and gluten-free. Both flavors are available in 11oz and in 1 Liter Tetra Paks. Coco Libre Protein is available in 3 mouthwatering flavors: Chocolate, Vanilla, & Almond. All 3 flavors are available in the 11oz tetra pak, have no added sugar, contain only 140 calories per bottle, and are made with Fair Trade certified organic coconut water and natural ingredients. Each bottle has as much protein as three eggs, as much calcium as two cups of milk, more potassium than a banana, as much magnesium as two cups of broccoli, 23 vitamins & minerals, and five electrolytes. They are also low in fat, cholesterol, lactose, and gluten-free. Both lines are available at fine retailers across the US and Canada.