Re.juve Goes Organic

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Elevating Re.juve products to a higher level with 100% organic vegetables.

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Re.juve, the leader of ultra-premium healthy and delicious F&B selections, proudly announced that starting 17th February they are already using 100% organic vegetables in all their juice variants with vegetables as ingredients.

“As promised, Re.juve is always committed to providing only the best products that are #GOODforYou,” said Richard Anthony, CEO and President Director of Re.juve. “With the use of 100% organic vegetables we are not only upgrading our ingredients and product quality, but also making a commitment to always do something #GOODforEarth,” he said.

“Besides doing good for our environment, we are also supporting local organic farmers that have been applying organic farming practice. With more supplies of organic vegetables, we can finally use 100% organic vegetables in all our juice and nut milk variants that have vegetables content,” added Richard.

Some researchers found that organic vegetables have higher nutrition content and taste better as they are likely processed naturally and chemicals, pesticide free. Organic farming practices have a positive impact on the environment because it can reduce pollution and soil erosion, conserve water and increase soil fertility.

“Besides using 100% organic vegetables, all our pineapples and bananas, sourced from GGF (Great Giant Food) are also free from pesticide residues,” added Richard.

Richard said, “Re.juve does juicing process with integrity in the HACCP Certified True Cold-Pressed Production Facility with High Pressure Technology. In this facility, we wash all fruits and vegetables thoroughly with chlorinated drinkable water to kill harmful bacteria and remove unwanted substances before rinsing them 3 times with drinkable and purified Reverse Osmosis (RO) Water. Therefore, we guarantee that all our products are safe to consume”.

“By launching 100% Organic Vegetables, hopefully we can give the best to our customers while contributes more to our environment,” closed Richard.

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