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  • The antidote to an unhealthy lifestyle
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The antidote to an unhealthy lifestyle

9 in 10 adults are consciously eating more nutrients, vitamins and minerals. These so-called ‘specialty nutritionals’ closely link eating to health. Antidote is a brand tapping into this trend by offering juices as a ‘cure’ for unhealthy lifestyles.

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