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Cannasa Wins Best New Drink Product Of The Year Award

CBD soft drinks brand Cannasa last week scooped the Best New Drink Product of 2019 at Food Matters Live. Cannasa is a premium CBD drinks brand creating all-natural drinks that are good for you and the planet. Cannasa developed the award winning Rose & Raspberry Lemonade based on core principles of innovation, sustainability and exceptional quality of flavor allowing it to thrive in the fastest growing well-being market product category in the UK with consumers spending £300 million per year on CBD products.

Cannasa Botanical Rose & Raspberry Lemonade infused with CBD is a delicious, all-natural and refreshing functional drink designed to support and complement modern lifestyles. Cannasa is created using natural ingredients that support body and mind and is an aid to help individuals with busy, modern, urban lifestyles enhance their own personal wellbeing through a tasty non-alcoholic alternative soft drink.

The flavour profile which has carried us to this latest award is down to the first use of encapsulated CBD-rich full spectrum hemp oil in a soft drink, which ensures that it is free from the taste and aroma of hemp. This formulation also has higher bioavailability relative to its peer group and protects the hemp oil from oxidation and UV degradation and unlike other products on the market does not contain any preservatives or allergens. Cannasa is stocked at Harrods, Daylesford Farms, Revital, Food for Thought, The VeganKind Supermarket and many others.

Food Matters Live is an annual celebration of the latest innovation from across the world of food, drink and nutrition sectors coming together to share insights and innovation.

Having only launched in early summer this year, Cannasa bagged the BEST NEW DRINK OF 2019 at the Food Matters Live Awards. Cannasa was judged by an expert panel of food critics, buyers and senior business leaders.

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