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SodaStream is going eco-friendly with new BPA-free, proudly South African “My Only One” bottles, which launched across South Africa this week.
Following some coffee and muffins on Wednesday morning, journalists hopped on a Red Bus Tour here in Cape Town courtesy of SodaStream, going up to a windy Signal Hill, exploring the Mother City and visiting the Iziko South African Museum.
We were also out and about celebrating the South African heritage that inspired the designs of the sustainable bottles, which include Natural, Rainbow, and Sports.
Each design represents important aspects of our country, such as its diversity, its sports culture, and its landscapes.
The bottles, which can be used casually or with any SodaStream machine, last up to three years, are dishwasher friendly and UV-resistant.
“The unique cap seals the bottle ensuring it retains its fizziness and has a handy carry element to take on-the-go,” the company noted.
SodaStream further revealed that just one of their bottles can save a user 512 bottles or cans annually.
As part of the launch, we got to try three new flavours from SodaStream too. We were treated to Tonic, Pink Mojito and Pina Colada. Each flavour, though alcohol-free, worked deliciously as a mixer.
The new SodaStream bottles are currently on sale around South Africa for R99 each, and a limited-edition pack of three is also available at 15% off.
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