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Rite Aid to shelve Cheribundi juice blends

Rochester Business Journal
February 26, 2014

Two juice blends made by Geneva, Ontario County-based Cheribundi Inc. are now being sold at Rite Aid stores.

The company’s Cherry Lemonade Refresh and Cherry Cranberry Refresh are for sale at the drugstore’s 4,800 locations.

“We are excited to partner with one of the top drugstore chains in America, gaining the opportunity to introduce Cheribundi to their many health-conscious customers,” CEO Brian Ross said.

Cheribundi is a fresh-pressed tart cherry juice made from a proprietary juicing process developed by scientists at Cornell University to yield peak antioxidant levels. 

The company said over 90 NCAA and professional sports teams, plus hundreds of professional and amateur runners, cyclists and triathletes use Cheribundi for muscle recovery, better sleep and less pain.

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