No increase in prices of chicken essence drink

No price hike: Prices will not go up for Brand’s products.

THE Brand’s range of products will not see any increase in the prices despite the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), according to Cerebos (M) Sdn Bhd.

“Our loyal consumers can rest assured that they will be able to maintain Brand’s as part of their daily health regime as we have kept prices affordable,” said Cerebos Malaysia’s vice-president and general manager, Koh Joo Siang.

Prices for the 42g and 70g six-bottle packs of Brand’s Essence of Chicken will retail at RM24 and RM33 respectively, while their 70g 12-bottle and 14-bottle plus one free pack are selling at RM56 and RM68.

Cerebos said 38 science and clinical studies conducted worldwide over the past 20 years had established that the continuous consumption of Brand’s Essence of Chicken over 14 days improves memory by 15% and mental concentration by 22%.

It added that it was cholestrol-free and easily digestible chicken essence improves blood circulation and dispels tiredness.

“In today’s competitive landscape, you need to push yourself further to conquer challenges at work and play by having an alert, focused mind and a healthy body,” stressed Koh.

Consumers can visit or Brand’s Smart Living on Facebook for full range of products, or call Brand’s Customer Care Line at 1-300-228-300.

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