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Del Monte launches India’s first packaged King Coconut Water

A native of Sri Lanka, King Coconut water is loaded with electrolytes and is considered a natural sports drink.

Del Monte launches India’s first packaged King Coconut Water
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Del Monte, packaged foods brands from FieldFresh Foods, today announced the launch of its packaged King Coconut Water. 

Del Monte is the first brand in India to offer King Coconut Water and raises the bar in the fast-growing packaged coconut water segment as consumers increasingly adopt healthier lifestyles.  

A native of Sri Lanka, King Coconut water is said to be loaded with electrolytes and is considered a natural sports drink. This drink helps hydrate and replenish lost body fluids whether it is post-workout or a hot day in the sun through nutrients like Sodium, Potassium, Calcium etc. King coconut water surpasses all other coconuts when it comes to taste. It is naturally sweeter with a slightly nutty flavour, it contains less than 60kcal.

Del Monte’s King Coconut Water, which claims to be 100% preservative-free, comes in a limited edition offer of  250 ml tetra pack for INR 269. It is available at leading modern retail outlets as well as online at amazon.in and grofers with attractive introductory offers.  

Says Yogesh Bellani, CEO – FieldFresh Foods: “We are delighted to bring to India what is regarded as the best variety of coconut water in the world. Today, customers are prioritizing high quality, immunity-boosting foods and look for hygiene safe options. Del Monte’s preservative-free and world-class packaging keep the goodness of King Coconut Water intact. We have received a phenomenally positive response to the product during pre-launch trials and believe that we have a highly differentiated offering in this fast-growing category.” 

The packaged coconut water market in India is expected to grow at a CAGR of 23%. As per research undertaken by FieldFresh Foods, in the post-pandemic era, one in two customers intends to spend more on health and wellness products/supplements to boost health and immunity. 

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