Kids look for fun flavors and colors and parents want healthy choices.
WESTON, Fla. — Golden Grail Technology (OTC: GOGY) www.GoldenGrailBeverages.com is a fast-growing company with a strategic mission to innovate, build and streamline the growth of its beverage portfolio through fiscally responsible investing announces a new formula for their Tickle Water brand extension, ‘Sketch Can.’
This past March, the Company announced Sketch Can, their brand extension of their recently acquired popular and proven, kids brand Tickle Water. The new brand was designed to capture the older Tween market, children ages 8-14. The Tween Market may be young, but they’re old pros when it comes to consuming. Twenty million strong nationwide, tweens — kids ages 8 to 14, who are often called “digital natives” — now flex $43 billion worth of annual spending power, according to Larissa Faw, editor at Youth Markets Alert, a trade newsletter based in New York City.
‘Sketch Can’ is an interactive label, where kids can ‘Sketch’ on their can, while drinking it. Kids are all about the visual appeal, especially if something catches their eye on the grocery store shelf. Mintel advises establishing a fun relationship with kids by involving them in the product innovation process, from choosing flavors to package design.
Creating tasty and fun beverages that keep kids (and parents) interested and coming back for more is a unique challenge. Not only do kids’ preferences differ and often change, but parents want to make sure the items in the cart have the right nutritional benefits. And while the parents and children’s food choices may diverge, there is definitely a sweet spot in the middle.
Golden Grail Beverages has created a winning formula and brand, for both kids and parents, the company added all-natural, calorie free sweeteners, making it taste sweeter, to the proven Tickle Water flavors, Watermelon, Grape, Orange and Sour Apple, making healthy options an easy choice. Every can of ‘Sketch Can’ is simply made with premium sparkling water and natural flavors without artificial ingredients, sodium, or preservatives.
According to Flavor Sum, while kids look for fun flavors and colors, parents want healthy choices. Highlighting natural ingredients, no added artificial sugar, or harsh additives can help parents feel more confident when choosing more health-conscious products for their kids.
Golden Grail Technology (OTC: GOGY) www.GoldenGrailBeverages.com is a fast-growing company with a strategic mission to innovate, build and streamline the growth of its beverage portfolio through fiscally responsible investing. The company targets brands that have a proven sales history, loyal consumer following, retail presence and strong value proposition who need assistance to get to the next few levels. Golden Grail has been actively acquiring brands within emerging and growing beverage categories. Our robust product offerings include Spider Energy Drink, Trevi Fruit Essence Water, Tickle Water for kids, Sketch Can for Tweens, Cause Water helping reduce global plastic pollution and Scorpion Energy Hemp/CBD.
After an acquisition, the company utilizes a series of operational technologies to apply its business expertise, fiscal techniques and various manufacturing processes know-how to improve the economics and performance of each brand while advancing marketing and distribution for its beverage holdings. The company’s focus on sophisticated management and development of beverage brands, coupled with its rapidly growing and recognizable portfolio of healthy, functional beverages sets Golden Grail apart as a leader in acquiring and advancing existing beverage brands.
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Cause Water is Pristine Mountain Spring Water with a Cause
Cause Water has three key initiatives be a vessel for change, do your part and encouraging consumers to join the cause, by drinking Cause Water. A fully recyclable aluminum bottle and cap supports its core mission of plastic reduction and ocean preservation. Cause Water can be found in high-end, influential natural food stores along the West Coast.
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Tickle Water is a premium sparkling water company dedicated to providing honest and clean hydration. Tickle Water is the first sparkling water in the market created specifically for children, yet enjoyed by all ages, complete with delicious flavors and a recyclable can, making it the perfect beverage for any occasion. Every can of Tickle Water is simply made with premium sparkling water and natural flavors without artificial ingredients, sugar, sodium, or preservatives.
For more information visit http://www.drinkticklewater.com
TCKL WTR ‘Sketch Can’ – The first and only ‘sketch can’ features a personalization space and a social media hash tag to invite Tickle fans to interact with the brand by drawing on the can and then sharing their custom can on Tik Tok. ‘Sketch Can’ provides kids with a brand they can call their own. It is a healthy premium sparkling water and natural flavors without artificial ingredients, sodium, or preservatives. ‘Sketch Can’ comes in a fully recyclable package, in two delicious flavors Watermelon and Sour Apple. Kids won’t be able to resist the urge to sip and sketch.
Trevi Essence Water is a true clean-label beverage with a superior flavor that stays true to the fruit. Trevi has zero sugar, zero calories, no preservatives, no artificial ingredients, gluten free, vegan, kosher and diet friendly. Trevi comes in four delicious flavors Mango Orange, Coconut Lime, Peach and Grapefruit.
For more information visit www.DrinkTrevi.com
Spider Energy Drink is packed with serious energy. This formula is the perfect balance of energy boosting B-vitamins, Taurine, Guarana, Ginseng, Key Levels of Amino Acids and herbal extracts. Made with 100% real sugar, Spider Energy is known as one of the best tasting with a fresh-citrus, smooth and refreshing flavor, without the medicinal aftertaste associated with most energy drinks.
For more information visit https://spiderenergydrink.com/
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