Adenike Dada is a self employed graduate who is deals with the selling and distributing of soft drinks, hard drinks, exotic drink and so on. There is no drinking you want she can't provide for you at the right price.
Nike is someone who has always loved exotic drinks especially the alcoholic kind but she didn't let it define or brand her as a drunkard or wayward but instead she channeled her love and understanding for drinks into a business enterprise, she can tell you which drink is good for you, what you should not try or mix, which is best taken indoor, outdoor or at parties.
So why not check out "Nikky Cave a Vin"
56 Anishere bustop, governors road, Ikotun Lagos, place your order 08154206365 or email@example.com
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Swipe to see how much sugar there is in each drink! Do you how much sugar is in your soft drink 🥤? Or do you know how acidic they are or how full of artificial colours, flavours and sweeteners they are ?
Switch to water instead!
Especially the right type of water, because not all water is created equally and some types are actually as acidic as some soft drinks!
The majority of our customers have completely cut all soft drinks since purchasing a Kangen machine!
To find out more about our machines and more on how to cut soft drinks out, contact us!
Coca-Cola said Monday it is studying the use of a key ingredient in marijuana in “wellness beverages,” as a growing number of mainstream companies develop cannabis-infused drinks. “We have no interest in marijuana or cannabis,” Coca-Cola said in a statement. But iconic soft drink producer is “closely watching the growth of non-psychoactive CBD (cannabidiol) as an ingredient in functional wellness beverages around the world.” Cannabidiol is a chemical in marijuana that does not have the intoxicating effects of THC, the major active ingredient that causes the “high.” It has been used to treat epilepsy and other maladies. “The space is evolving quickly,” Coca-Cola said. “No decisions have been made at this time.” Coca-Cola’s statement comes amid reports the company has held talks with Canada’s Aurora Cannabis to develop beverages. Some of Coca-Cola’s trademark cola products have struggled to grow sales in recent years due to health concerns.
Canada is set to legalize cannabis on October 17 after both houses of Parliament voted to make the drug available for recreational use.
That move has been seen as a potential prelude to further legalization in the United States, even though recreational use of marijuana is still only permitted in a handful of states.
Beer giant Molson Coors announced August 1 it was teaming up with Canadian medical marijuana grower The Hydropothecary Corporation to develop cannabis-infused non-alcoholic beverages.
Two weeks later, spirits company Constellation Brands announced a new $4 billion in investment in Canada’s Canopy Growth in exchange for a 38 percent stake in Canopy.