Monday November 30, 2020

Organic KO Kombucha taps into health beverage market

A Co Offaly couple have picked up 150 stockists nationwide for their brand of the tea and sugar-based beverage

8th March, 2020
Ronan Coughlan and Tracy Armstrong: they came up with the idea for KO Kombucha as a result of Coughlan’s experience using the drink to ease digestive problems

Ireland’s first on-tap kombucha, a fermented beverage with ingredients including organic black and green tea, organic raw cane sugar, has gone on sale in two Dublin stores.

KO Kombucha, which is made in Co Offaly by Tracy Armstrong and Ronan Coughlan, is available at the Source Bulk Foods shop in Rathmines and Small Changes, the Drumcondra wholefood outlet.

Since launching the venture in August 2017, the couple have picked up 150 stockists around...

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