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By: Businessbutter  05-Apr-2012

Launched in January 2007 Wild Bunch offers a premium range of made to order 100% organic juices that are presented in eye-catching designed bottles. They target bars, restaurants, healthcare centers, spas and beauty therapy clinics, and home and office clients.

WildBunch state on their website that their juice product is “farmed environmentally without the use of chemical herbicides, pesticides and fertilizers and with organic certification.”

Some of the organic vegetable and fruit recipes include Eazy Peazy (Carrots, Peas and Parsnips), Rootine Check (Beetroot, Carrots, Parsnips), Red Dragon (Dragon Fruit, Beetroot), Pineapple Zinger (Pineapple, Ginger) and more.

Each 250ml bottle ranges from $10 to $20 of which they are requesting from particular customer segments to pay a monthly subscription or minimum order. The monthly subscription for home or office is $255.

With a growth in a health conscious and environmental sustainability movement across the world, Wild Bunch has created a product and brand that is successful.

The information in this article was current at 27 Mar 2012

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