Sugar Tax

The new Soft Drinks Sugar Tax/ Levy* will be implemented from April 2018. Rest assured though, the full MiWadi range is Sugar Tax / Levy free.


The tax/ levy applies to soft drinks with added sugar and a total sugar content of 5g of sugar or more per 100ml, Ready To Drink (RTD). Both our MiWadi 0% Sugar and MiWadi No Added Sugar ranges containing 0g of sugar per 100ml RTD, and the MiWadi Regular range containing no more than 2.5g of sugar per 100ml RTD.


Keeping refreshed couldn’t be simpler with MiWadi 0% Sugar. Here are some simple tips and tricks on how you can stay refreshed on a daily basis!

Miwadi 0% Sugar

With 4 fruity flavours to choose from in our 0% Sugar range, there’s something to suit all taste buds!

Total Body Water Mass

With approximately 60% of our body made from water1, staying hydrated is vital for busy bodies always on-the-go. Drinking enough water ensures that we can transport nutrients around our body, regulate our body temperature and digest our food. Transform your day-to-day refreshment needs with a splash of MiWadi 0% Sugar.**

We lose around one glass

That’s right! We lose nearly one glass of water from our bodies a day through breathing2 – just breathing! Staying hydrated is key to ensure that oxygen flows through our body with ease, while also helping to dissolve any carbon dioxide gases. Struggling to reach your daily water intake? Try adding a splash of MiWadi 0% Sugar!**

Thirst

Staying hydrated and having enough water in your daily diet fills you up3, helping you to avoid mistaking thirst for hunger and overeating. So, instead of reaching for a mid-morning snack, enjoy a large glass of water with a splash of MiWadi 0% Sugar. Fruity flavours are just a drop away!**

*Sugar Tax applies to Republic of Ireland, Sugar Levy applies to Northern Ireland

**Dilute your MiWadi with water as per instructions of use

1http://www.nutritionandhealth.ie/Sectors/NHF/NHF.nsf/vPages/Media_and_Publications~Press_Releases~life-and-fitness-magazine---heat,-hydration-and-health---drink-up?OpenDocument

2 EFSA Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition, and Allergies (NDA); Scienti c Opinion on Dietary reference values for water. EFSA Journal 2010; 8(3):1459. [48 pp.]. doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2010.1459 (edited)

3 http://www.livestrong.com/article/510463-how-body-mistakes-hunger-for-thirst