The veggie extract revolution

Rugani Juice is excited to announce the launch of its extended range of 100 per cent NFC Juices, the launch of our new varieties builds on the corner stone of the 100 per cent Carrot Juice first released in 2016.

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Our journey began with a purpose – create a new, consumer conscious product that revolutionises health and makes nutraceuticals accessible and convenient to all. What once seemed an insurmountable task for a family of farmers is now reality. From working with leading veggie extract pioneers, to getting each component of our extraction technology custom built, the path of innovation is never easy, but always rewarding. A world first, our veggie extraction facility has produced some astounding products with remarkable health benefits. As farmers, we can assure you our product is harvested at sunrise and bottled by sunset

Our innovative technology makes the purest not-from-concentrate health juice possible. No sugar, no water and no preservatives are added. On the day of harvest, veggies are transferred from farm to facility, extracted and packaged as an almost pure juice. A touch of vitamin C guarantees safe consumption and no compromise on taste or nutritional goodness. 

A storage root is a plant’s pantry of life. Tubers, bulbs and other modified storage roots have always been renowned for their healing properties, once extracted. Carrot, ginger, turmeric, radishes, celeriac and beetroot are no exception. Freshly harvested and immediately extracted, the powerful medicinal properties are successfully captured in a highly bio-available and stable form. Simply put, this is capturing Life Force, which opens the nutraceutical vacuum. Availability of life force hinges on unparalleled freshness.

The new varieties launched in October 2017 include:

  • 100% Beetroot & Carrot Blend
  • 100% Ginger Infused Carrot Juice
  • 100% Carrot & Pineapple Blend
  • 100% Queen Pineapple
  • 100% Carrot Juice (NPC Runner-up 2016 – Individual category)

‘Our new range, provides something for ever consumers taste without compromising on the innovative process that is 10-15years ahead of anything currently available,’ says marketing manager, Wesley Browne.

 



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