Posted: Fri 1st Dec 2023

Blake Lively’s ‘Betty Buzz’ soft drink cans launch at M&S Wrexham for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Friday, Dec 1st, 2023

The Betty Buzz range of premium adult soft drinks, founded by American Actress, Blake Lively, has launched in Wrexham’s new M&S.

This is the first UK in-store listing for Betty Buzz in a major national supermarket.

The Betty Buzz range of cans will be available to buy in the 15,000 sq. ft. M&S Foodhall, which opened on Plas Coch Retail Park today.

The Wrexham M&S Foodhall will list three variants from the Betty Buzz range in 330 ml cans including Betty Buzz Sparkling Grapefruit, Betty Buzz Sparkling Lemon Lime and Betty Buzz Ginger Beer at an RRP of £2 per can.

Commenting on the launch, Gareth Williams, Global Brand Director of Betty Buzz, said: “I am delighted Betty Buzz is now available in the new Wrexham M&S.

“We are delighted to be working with M&S, which is one of the leading retailers in the non-alcoholic drinks space, driven by increased public demand.

“To be launching in the new Wrexham M&S is completely fitting as it has become an important part of Blake and her family’s life since Ryan Reynolds became co-owner of Wrexham AFC. ”

Betty Buzz launched in the US in September 2021 and landed in the UK earlier this year with a listing at Whole Foods.

The Betty Buzz range offers consumers premium non-alcoholic drinks made with fresh ingredients and free from artificial preservatives, sweeteners, colours and flavours.

Blake Lively recognised how non-alcoholic drinks are the unsung heroes of the drinks world and wanted to give them as much love and attention as alcohol.

Betty Buzz is the official training kit sponsor for the Wrexham AFC 2023/4 season for both the women and men’s teams.

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