Soda Folk introduces new packaging and announces new retail partners

Soda Folk, the makers of American-style sodas, all free from unnecessary ingredients and preservatives, has launched new packaging and announced a new set of retail partners.

The packaging now has:

  • New characters on the cans – each flavour showcases a new hero who’s carried out magnificent good deeds in their local area. See full character bios below.
  • The cans boast a new retro matt finish with clearer branding and fresh colours with increased ‘flavour cues’
  • The packaging is also still entirely plastic free!

Soda Folk has also recently onboarded a number of high-profile retailers including Ocado, WHSmith, Costco and Coop East Midlands. You can still also pick up cans at Sainsbury’s, BP M&S service stations, Amazon and its own online shop.

New packaging characters:
Shannon McCauliffe is the new star on the Cherry Soda can – the furloughed chef from London served over 4000 free meals during the first lockdown to NHS staff and the vulnerable! Never stop cooking Shannon!

Mike Miller-Smith now adorns our Cream Soda can – his dream of being a commercial pilot was cut short when he was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy, a neurological condition that has taken away his ability to move. Despite this, Mike took his passion for flying and founded Aerobility, a charity that offers thousands of disabled people from across the world a chance to fly a plane. 

Carrlean Chang now features on the Grape Soda – A longtime nurse, a mother of five, a writer and occasional voice of the voiceless, Carrlean has even played a major role in changing British law. Amazingly, she even finds time to work with charity group Heeling Soles, gathering pairs of unwanted shoes and distributing them worldwide to those in need.

Brian Gravenstock is now on the Root Beer can – he’s taken his skill and added a whole new spin: Donating finished bikes to those in need across his local community.Brian has run Bike Clinic Too since ‘09, to support the original Bike Clinic he founded in ‘93 with friend Peter Sprunger-Froese. Bikes are donated, repaired by Brian and his team, then given to local homeless, offering them a freedom they would struggle to achieve alone.