Squash Stix launches bottled water enhancer

By Melodie Michel

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Squash Stix launches bottled water enhancer
Squash Stix launches bottled water enhancer
Squash Stix has launched a water flavour enhancer for bottles. 

Product details

Packaged in individual tear and pour sticks dosed for 500ml bottles, the liquid squash concentrate can be used by businesses such as hotels and catering firms. It complements Squash Stix’ range of flavour enhancers for cups.


Squash Stix for bottles has no artificial colours or flavourings, no added sugar or aspartame and contains vitamin C. The product also offers a saving in packaging waste to landfill, storage space occupied and weight transported.


The product is available via national and local distributors across the UK to sectors including coffee shops, convenience stores, fast food and travel. One small box of Squash Stix holds 200 individual portions – the equivalent of 25 bottles of squash.

Why you should buy it

Tom Anderson-Dixon, managing director at Squash Stix, says the product is the only single portion concentrate on the market, differing from firms selling mini-portions delivering around 20 drinks. “The Squash Stix concept allows portion control and the sale of one portion of squash thus preventing customers from being forced to buy more than they require.”

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