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Orijn Zero: Non-alcoholic carbonated soft drink now available!

Orijin Zero is here!! Orijin Zero non-alcoholic carbonated soft drink is made from 100 per cent natural herb and fruit extracts.

Tired of the same old carbonated soft drink? Want to enjoy your lifestyle without necessarily consuming alcohol?

Orijin Zero is here!! Orijin Zero non-alcoholic carbonated soft drink is made from 100 per cent natural herb and fruit extracts.

Orijin Zero non-Alcoholic carbonated soft drink is a bitter-sweet refreshing drink to be enjoyed every day, everywhere. It is aimed at satisfying the needs of Nigerians who do not consume alcohol but given the cultural significance of herbs would love the unique, natural taste of Orijin.

It is a demonstration of Guinness Nigeria commitment to consistently championing reinvention.

Orijin Zero was launch on the March 16, 2016 at Protea Hotel and the launch was graced by Guinness Nigeria Plc top management and distinguished media partners.

Speaking at the event, the Marketing Director Gavin Pike said that ‘Orijin Zero is a brand that is positioned to redefine the experience in the carbonated beverage market as it is masterfully crafted with 100% natural herb and fruit extracts’.

Guest were treated to hilarious jokes by Koffi as they enjoyed the bitter sweet taste of Orijin Zero.

Orijin Zero is another quality non-alcoholic beverage from Guinness Nigeria Plc.

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