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Perrier Sparkling Water Citron Lemon 200ML
Perrier Sparkling Water Citron Lemon 200ML
Perrier Sparkling Water Citron Lemon 200ML
Perrier Sparkling Water Citron Lemon 200ML
Perrier Sparkling Water Citron Lemon 200ML
Perrier Sparkling Water Citron Lemon 200ML
Perrier Sparkling Water Citron Lemon 200MLPerrier Sparkling Water Citron Lemon 200MLPerrier Sparkling Water Citron Lemon 200ML
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Perrier Sparkling Water Citron Lemon 200ML

Pack size : 200ml

LBP 26500.00(Inc. VAT)

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Origin -
Lebanon
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The Perrier collection also offers a great alternative to carbonated soft drinks, with no sugar and zero calories. Its the ideal at home or on-the-go beverage.
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The subtle citrus flavor of lime paired with Perrier sparkling bubbles. Thats Perrier lime, a refreshing variation on the beverage that has delighted consumers for over 150 years. Perrier lime flavor is thirst-quenching on its own, but its tangy lime twist makes it the perfect partner for cocktails and drink recipes. Originating in France, Perrier effervescent spirit is known worldwide. The Perrier collection also offers a great alternative to carbonated soft drinks, with no sugar and zero calories. Its the ideal at home or on-the-go beverage.

Nutrition facts

Size
200ML
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Average Nutritional Value As Per 100ml
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*Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calaries needs

INFORMATION

Ingredients

Carbinated Natural Water 99. 9%Natural Lemon Flavour.

Storage Condition

Keep refrigerated.

Brand Message

Perrier was first introduced to Britain during 1863. Local doctor Louis Perrier bought the spring in 1898 and operated a commercial spa there he also bottled the water for sale. He later sold the spring to St John Harmsworth, a wealthy British visitor. Harmsworth was the younger brother of the newspaper magnates Lord Northcliffe and Lord Rothermere.