“We are very proud of Savanna and the prominence it holds in popular culture and we believe it is a true testament and reflection of a brand that is in tune with its community. We remain committed to encouraging responsible consumption and we urge consumers to stay home and stay safe over this period,” said Distell marketing director Natasha Maharaj.
Savanna will continue to invest in harm reduction programmes that promote responsible behaviour which aims to deal with areas of concern such as staying at home, social distancing, wearing of masks and a number of Arrive Alive messages to prevent drunk driving. To this extent, Savanna wishes to implore South Africans to avoid crowded spaces and irresponsible behaviour to avoid any unnecessary harm during this period. It brings Savanna no joy to see it’s consumers as the subject of controversy and we wish to affirm the fondness with which we value our consumers and wish them safety during these trying times.
“We love that our consumers engage with us and we see that they have all truly embraced the Savanna brand as part of your lives. Through our collective efforts we strongly believe we can exemplify the responsible enjoyment and celebration of one of South Africa’s most loved ciders,” Maharaj concludes.
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