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Sugarless beverages thrill Meru

Launch took place at the Meru Polytechnic grounds.

In Summary

• 'Bila Sukari' (without sugar) aims to give consumers an alternative in their consumption

Outriders at the launch
Outriders at the launch
Image: Moses Mwangi

Residents of Meru last weekend were treated to a new range of sugarless beverages at the Meru Polytechnic grounds. 

The beverage range includes Coca-Cola, Sprite and Stoney. They were launched by Coca-Cola Central, East and West Africa Ltd and its bottling partner Coca-Cola Beverages Africa in Kenya to give consumers alternatives.

 

Attendees were entertained by Khaligraph Jones, Nadia Mukami and Mugithi maestro Samido, with MC Jesse and Hype Da Goodaman hyping the crowd. 

Also in attendance were Coca Cola Beverages Africa in Kenya MD Xavier Selga, Almasi Beverages Limited CEO Joyce Macharia, ECAF head of marketing Nelly Wainaina and Coca -Cola customer and commercial director Oliver Soto.

Khaligraph Jones
Khaligraph Jones
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Coca Cola Beverages Africa in Kenya MD Xavier Selga, Almasi Beverages Limited CEO Joyce Macharia, ECAF head of marketing Nelly Wainaina and Coca-Cola customer and commercial director Oliver Soto
Coca Cola Beverages Africa in Kenya MD Xavier Selga, Almasi Beverages Limited CEO Joyce Macharia, ECAF head of marketing Nelly Wainaina and Coca-Cola customer and commercial director Oliver Soto
Image: Moses Mwangi
Nadia Mukami
Nadia Mukami
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Models ride in a convoy
Models ride in a convoy
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MC Jesse and Hype Da Goodman hype the crowd
MC Jesse and Hype Da Goodman hype the crowd
Image: Moses Mwangi
Mugithi maestro Samido
Mugithi maestro Samido
Image: Moses Mwangi