Sumo Salad now selling its own juices
The juices are available in the four following flavours:
- Green kale, spinach, celery, green apple and cucumber
- Valencia orange
- Orange, pineapple, kiwifruit and mint
- Beetroot, orange, apple and carrot
All of the juices are made from 100 per cent Australian-grown fruit and vegetables. The range is advertised as being preservative free.
Sumo Salad makes the juices using a cold-pressed technique the company says helps retain the natural minerals and enzymes of the fruit and vegetables.
The juices are available now from Sumo Salad outlets across Australia. The recommended retail price is $5.95 per 350g bottle.
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