The Swiss Shop Announced 10% Discount On Healthy Soft Drinks, Rivella and Michel

The largest Swiss online marketplace, Swiss Made Direct, announced a 10% discount on the most popular Swiss healthy soft drinks, Rivella and Michel. It seems that healthy beverages are the products which are highly demanded by customers.

Luzern, Switzerland - April 16, 2018 /PressCable/ —

For the last couple of years, consumer demand for healthy products is very high. Health has become a defining trend in soft drinks market. Therefore, the biggest Swiss online shop has announced the 10% discount on all Rivella and Michel products. Online shoppers who are continually searching for high-quality, recognized and proven healthy soft drinks will be delighted with lower prices of these products.

The CEO of Swiss Made Direct said: “Our customers have shown great interest in healthy food and drink products. Hence, we’ve decided to please them with lower prices of the glorious, healthy Swiss soft drinks, Rivella and Michel. Both brands are well-known throughout the world for its long tradition of unmistakable taste. And we are more than happy to be able to help our customers who recognize the high quality.”

The global consumer demand for healthier food and drinks is increasing every year. Hence, the demand created radical changes in the marketplaces. The soft drinks industry was affected as well, and there was a lot of talk about their impact on global health. Therefore, there are even more reasons to promote proven, traditional, healthy drinks. Because of all these factors, Swiss Made Direct decided to announce a 10% discount on Rivella and Michel soft drinks.

The CEO of Swiss Made Direct added: “ We are aware of global trends regarding healthy food and drink products, and it is the main reason why we came up with the discount on Rivella and Michel drinks. Our customer’s needs are always the primary goal, and we are always trying to recognize them. Both Rivella and Michel, have the reputation of indisputable quality and impeccable taste. The deal 10% off is here to show our recognition of customer’s needs and to make these healthy drinks more accessible.’’

Follow the brand on social media: @SwissMadeDirect Twitter or the @Swissmade.direct Facebook page.

Contact Info:
Name: Milos Paskas
Email: milosp@swissmade.direct
Organization: Swiss Made Trading
Address: 1 Littauerboden, Luzern, Luzern 6014, Switzerland

For more information, please visit https://swissmade.direct/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 331536

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