Apple Rush expects the demand, for its cans alone, to increase sales by 200%, in the first year of distribution. In anticipation of this demand, the Company has developed a new Fridge 12-Pack (http://www.applerush.com/newcans.htm) which it will begin marketing to Retail Grocery Chains during the first Quarter of 2010. The Fridge 12-Pack will initially be designed for its four best selling flavors: Original Apple, Pomegranate, Cranberry and Black Cherry. Many Grocery Chains have already indicated their desire to be a part of this new program when it rolls out.
“With the introduction of cans to our Midwest product mix, we are excited by the growth it will bring to Apple Rush. By offering our beverages in cans, combined with the lowered cost of organic apple juice concentrate, we now have the ability to lower retail prices to a level, which will also attract many more consumers,” stated Robert Corr, President of Apple Rush Co., Inc.
About Apple Rush Co., Inc.:
Apple Rush Company, Inc. is a producer of Organic 100% Juice Sparkling Beverages. The company markets its products through an extensive distribution network nearly 40 Distributors throughout the U.S. and in foreign markets. The Company’s flagship product line of Organic Apple Rush(TM) Sparkling Beverages currently has six mainstream flavors in glass bottles. Three top selling flavors will also be available in cans in October 2009. Ongoing information is available at www.applerush.com.
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