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Synergy Drinks Australia has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Golden Circle to distribute drinks through its franchise network.

Heinz Golden CircleGolden Circle, since it’s acquisition by Heinz Australia in December 2008 has been focused on building capacity for growth said Michael Jones Sales Director for Golden Circle.

“Part of that growth will come from being able to offer our beverage customers the broadest and most dynamic portfolio of brands and products that we can,”

Chris Smith was recently appointed GM Out of Home at Heinz, following 10 years experience within the FMCG beverages market.  Chris sees the beverages market in Australia as highly segmented and rapidly changing, with two key trends dominating – health and innovation.

“The ability of beverage manufacturers and distributors to meet the needs of this segmented market will help to retain customer loyalty, and to grow our ‘share of fridge’.  No one brand can achieve this, and that’s where Synergy comes in – as an ideal No-Sugar offer,” he said.

Synergy Drinks Australia fills this market niche with innovative no sugar offerings.

“Synergy’s products, including an Energy Drink (with no carbs or sugar) and Multi: Water (with 11 A-Zinc multivitamins and minerals, in flavours such as Dragonfruit, and Pomegranate and Berry) bring an exciting new edge to the Golden Circle portfolio, and new opportunities for our customers” said Chris.

Ramine Roshanak, Founder of Synergy Drinks Australia says he is delighted by the opportunity this new Agreement brings.

“Our single minded proposition of ‘No Carbs, No Sugar’ is continuing to gain momentum within the Australian market place. This partnership will give more Australians the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of our premium guilt free alternative to traditional energy drinks,” said Ramine.

The Agreement will be activated from November 1st and will increase Synergy’s distribution across Petrol & Convenience Stores, the Route Channel and major grocery retailers.

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