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Demand for Probiotics Increasing Significantly: Happy Kombucha Comments

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 3:15 AM CDT, Mon, April 16,2018

Eastbourne, England -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/16/2018 -- Traditionally dairy has been the most common type of probiotic products, however according to new research this could soon change, with the growth of non-dairy probiotic beverages expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.6% from 2017 to 2022. Drinks in this category include but are not limited to HHP juices, almond milk, kombucha and kefir.

Probiotics are able to help people in many ways, often used by people in which struggle with any of the following: age, stress and bloating. However they are beneficial for many other reasons and can help all.

Since 2016 there has been a huge increase of 30% in sales of probiotic drinks of this variety and this figure is only estimated to rise further, with more and more people realising how powerful probiotics are.

A spokesperson from one of the UK's leading probiotics suppliers, Happy Kombucha, was incredibly eager to comment saying, "This has not come as a surprise to us here at Happy Kombucha as over recent months and years we have definitely noticed the increase in demand through our sales. This is one of the main reasons why we constantly strive to offer the broadest selection of probiotics drinks and equipment for all to take advantage of, allowing all to boost their health for prices that do not break the bank."

About Happy Kombucha
Happy Kombucha is a leading supplier of kombucha tea and other probiotic drinks in the UK, offering drinks ready for people to consume and also kits so that people are able to make their very own beneficial probiotic drinks in the comfort of their own homes. No matter what your reasons may be for wanting to increase your intake of probiotics, we are certain that you are making the right decision and that you will be able to find exactly what you are looking for and more on the Happy Kombucha website. Take a look today; we are sure that you will not be disappointed.

PR Contact:
Company name: Happy Kombucha
Tel: 01323 410765
Website: http://www.happykombucha.co.uk
Contact person: Michelle Marcus
Email: admin@webrewkombucha.co.uk
Address: Unit C, Enterprise Centre Station Parade Eastbourne East Sussex BN21 1BD

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