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  • Flow Beverage Corp. (FLOW) has launched Flow vitamin-infused water in Canada
  • To date, 22 retailers and eight national distributors have authorized listing or taken delivery of the product
  • Flow Vitamin-Infused Water contains 120 per cent of the daily recommended daily value of Vitamin C and is an excellent source of zinc
  • Flow is one of the fastest-growing premium water companies in North America
  • Flow Beverage (FLOW) opened trading at C$0.43

Flow Beverage Corp. (FLOW) has launched Flow vitamin-infused water in Canada.

To date, 22 retailers representing over 800 locations have authorized listing or taken delivery of the product, in addition to eight national distributors.

Flow believes that its vitamin-infused water is a healthier alternative to similar products in the functional water category. Flow Vitamin-Infused Water contains 120 per cent of the daily recommended daily value of Vitamin C and is an excellent source of zinc. It has zero sugar, calories or preservatives and is made with organic certified ingredients.

Nicholas Reichenbach, founder and CEO of Flow, commented on the launch.

“We are very excited to be launching Flow vitamin-infused water in Canada with a significant roster of our existing retail partners and distributors such as Loblaws, Metro, Whole Foods, Longo’s and our leading retailers in the club channel. We believe this latest innovation from Flow fits squarely with the evolving tastes of our customer base, who are increasingly requiring functional benefits and best-in-class sustainable practices from the beverages they consume.”

Flow is one of the fastest-growing premium water companies in North America. It offers sustainably sourced, naturally alkaline spring water in recyclable and up to 75-per-cent renewable plant-based packaging.

Flow Beverage (FLOW) opened trading at C$0.43.


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