Coca-Cola Namibia has launched a new, locally produced fruit juice. The product, called Cappy Delight, will be hitting shelves in Namibia soon, after the installation of a state-of-the-art production line at Coca-Cola Beverages Africa's Windhoek bottling plant.
According to company spokesperson Enid Johr, the new juice forms part of plans to expand Coca-Cola's product portfolio. The juice will come in a variety of flavors.
Company's general manager Pottie de Bruyn stated it has 10% natural content. “It is becoming an increasing priority for us to be innovative and increase our portfolio of beverages in the market to include categories that do not currently exist,” said De Bruyn. Cappy Delight will come in guava, mango and tropical flavours, and Coca-Cola believe it will create the perfect family sharing breakfast occasion at home.