Buderim Ginger launches new ginger beer
Australian ginger growing and processing company Buderim Ginger has launched a new 250mL slimline can of boutique non-alcoholic ginger beer.
Buderim Ginger markets and produces ginger, macadamia and savoury pastry products both domestically and internationally.
Buderim Ginger began as a small farming community co-operative, formed when the Second World War cut ginger supplies from China and sales of Buderim-grown ginger soared in Australia. Buderim Ginger Limited listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in 1989. The Company now supplies Australian markets, as well as exporting ginger and ginger products to the UK, Germany, the US, Japan, New Zealand and Singapore.
Buderim Ginger said the beer “will be made with only the freshest real Australian ginger and no artificial colours or flavours”.
This is the first time Buderim Ginger beer has been made available nationally — previously the Company only sold the beverage locally on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, in traditional glass bottles. The launch of the beverage onto the national market was supported by a marketing campaign that included a website, ‘The GingerNet’, which featured recipes for ginger cocktails and a ginger dictionary.
Buderim Ginger beer is available in 250mL slimline can, and in a 340mL glass bottle.
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