Starting the year with fruity goodness

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  • Saturday, 27 Feb 2016

Lisa giving a gift voucher to a shopper while promoting the Marigold Peel Fresh range at the mall.

THE Marigold Peel Fresh ‘My Family’s Health, My Happiness’ roadshow in Penang had northern region folk starting the new year on a wholesome note.

Held at Mydin Mall in Bukit Mertajam, it featured brand ambassador Lisa Surihani who educated the public on the right juice consumption habits.

There were various informative activities as well as a talk show with the actress who also gave out shopping vouchers to lucky visitors.

Surihani stated: “Ever since I was young, my mum would always make it a point to take care of my family’s health, especially when it comes to what we consume daily.

“Marigold Peel Fresh fruit juice drinks have been my constant companion until today.

“Now as a parent myself, I’m carrying forward what I have learned.

“I believe that a healthy family is indeed a happy family.”

The recent roadshow, which is part of a series nationwide, highlighted the difference between a fruit juice drink and a fruit drink.

The former, like the Marigold Peel Fresh range, contains at least 35% or more fruit juice, compared with the latter which has a juice content that can be as little as 5%.

Aside from having a higher fruit juice content than mere fruit drinks, the brand’s drinks are also pasteurised to retain their nutritional value and freshness and provide essential vitamins needed for a healthy and balanced lifestyle.

As such, the drinks must be kept refrigerated at all times or they will turn bad, unlike other fruit drinks that can be kept in both chilled and non-chilled conditions.

The roadshows first started in the Klang Valley and have since made their way to Ipoh, Kuantan, Seremban and Penang.

More cities will be visited in the coming months.

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