Tag: Franklin & Sons

Four Pack Two Drinks

MIXERS and tonics firm, Franklin & Sons, has put two of its ready-to-drink gin drinks in a four-pack.
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Free to enjoy the summer

Manufacturers say consumers are looking for healthy drinks and they are expanding to oblige


Premium mixer brand Franklin & Sons has launched a new low-calorie soda brand
Franklin & Sons infused soda

Good times minus alcohol

Long celebrated by shops and pubs as the perfect time to pick up alcohol sales, Christmas will not be a boozy affair for everyone this year.

A canny move for Franklin

In a bid to meet the demands of shoppers looking for refreshment on the go, Franklin & Sons has launched a new can format .

A Frankly refreshing summer

Franklin & Sons is bringing a bit of Spanish flavour with its new Mallorcan Tonic Water .
Franklin & Sons new four packs comprise 4x200ml bottles in Rosemary Tonic Water with Black Olive, Pink Grapefruit Tonic Water with Bergamot, Rhubarb Tonic Water with Hibiscus, and Elderflower Tonic water with Cucumber flavours.

Major listing for premium soft

PREMIUM tonic and mixer brand Franklin & Sons has secured a major listing with Co-op.

New RTD gin cans

Tonic brand Franklin & Sons has created two RTD gin and tonic cans, in partnership with Manchester Raspberry Infused Gin and Caorunn Scottish Gin

Secondary sites a big hit in stores

PREMIUM tonic and mixer brand Franklin & Sons has been touting the benefits of freestanding display units, claiming secondary siting is helping to drive soft drinks growth

Ginspirational Scottish spirits

Nominees revealed for gin awards

Mixers are flourishing

GIN’S unstoppable rise has created knock-on growth for premium mixers.
Franklin and Sons range

Premium trend from bar to home

HABITS developed by drinkers in the on-trade are finding their way into the home and this is creating demand for premium mixers in the off-trade
Starting early: the summer sales boost starts in May and can last until October.

Setting up for the summer

Firms make their thoughts known
Penny in sugar

Sugar levy is not too taxing

THE big day is almost here. From 6 April soft drinks with more than 5g of sugar per 100ml – which translates to 16.5g for a 330ml can - will be subject to a sugar tax.

Hey big spenders

STAYING in really does appear to be the new going out if the latest figures from premium soft drink firm Franklin & Sons are anything to go by.

Health focus has helped category

Firms find premium soft drinks in ascendancy HEALTH has been high on the agenda for the soft drinks category in recent years with producers reformulating...