• Mojo's new flavours are available in ready-to-drink bespoke glass bottles supplied by Orora.
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    Mojo's new flavours are available in ready-to-drink bespoke glass bottles supplied by Orora. Pic supplied by StraightUp PR.
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Authentic kombucha brand Mojo has launched its Scrumptious Summer Berry and Perky Peach flavours into Woolworths nationwide, available in ready-to-drink bespoke glass bottles supplied by Orora.

Kate O’Connor of Too Nice and Benita Dwyer of BD Brand Design designed the artwork for the brand, with labels printed by Openbook Howden.

According to Mojo, the new flavours are certified organic, low sugar, made with real fruits and no sneaky sweeteners, and contain probiotics for gut health, and will be brewed and bottled on-site at the plant in the McLaren Vale region of South Australia, all of which is consistent with Mojo's entire brand range, it says. 

“After over 10 years in market, Mojo is still innovating and creating new flavours that we know our customers will love. As our business (and product line) grows, our processes stay the same – something we’re incredibly proud of," said Mojo CEO and Co-founder, Anthony Crabb.

“We pride ourselves on following a traditional and thoughtful fermentation method, avoiding shortcuts – this is what sets Mojo apart from other functional beverages on the market."

With an already extensive kombucha profile, Mojo's Perky Peach and Scrumptious Summer Berry flavours will be joining Mango Lime, Ginger and Passionfruit in the refrigerated aisle of Woolworths stores – all available in 330ml bottles.

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