Himalayan water now has new ''natural flavours'' and here's what that means
It also makes for a great choice for consumers who increasingly seek healthier alternatives in beverages and are calorie-conscious.
The water is available in three flavors – Apple,
Himalayan also has partnered with celebrated designer
Kuttiah also explained the company might look to expand into more flavors in the future pertaining to demand. Himalayan ‘Orchard Pure’ just has around 16 Kcal and around 4 gms of sugar in each bottle with being the pioneer brand to have natural flavours.
Natural flavors derive from a source found in nature, whether it’s a fruit or a vegetable however after processing it and by the time it finds itself in your food, the only difference between artificial flavors and these are that artificial flavours are entirely lab-produced.
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