Google picks family juice maker to supply pop-up juice bar

22 March 2012 by
Google picks family juice maker to supply pop-up juice bar

A Bristol-based, award-winning family juice producer was chosen by search engine giant Google to supply its pop-up juice bar in Cardiff, designed to help small firms improve their web presence.

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"Lovely Drinks typifies the sort of small business Getting British/Welsh Business Online is designed to help: GBBO & GWBO provide clear and simple advice to small independent businesses on how to get online or improve their online presence," said Google.

"We are delighted to have been chosen to showcase what Google can do for small companies; we also get to sample our drinks to new customers in a really positive environment," added Lovely Drinks director Victoria Earle.

Lovely Drinks customised the bottle labels to reflect the event - a service that is available to any of its customers.

The company focuses on fresh produce that is sourced locally where possible and sells its line - which includes Elderflower Sparkle, Apple & Ginger and Garden Lemonade - to cafés, delis, restaurants and pubs in Bristol, Bath and Somerset.

By Angela Frewin

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