Company recently announced its Ooh La Lemin Lemonades will be sold in Walmart Stores
Melbourne, FL, March 08, 2022 — McapMediaWire — Kona Gold Beverage, Inc. (OTCQB: KGKG), a holding company focused on product development in the better-for-you and hemp and CBD functional beverage sector, is pleased to announce the Company has beat its February Revenue Projections. The Company forecasted $325,000 in revenue for February and closed out the month with approximately $345,000 in revenue between its two subsidiaries, Kona Gold LLC and Gold Leaf Distribution LLC. Kona Gold Beverage is on track to having its first quarter with one million plus in revenue.
Kona Gold Beverage is laying the ground work to have a phenomenal year with both of its subsidiaries. The Company is seeing demand grow on a daily basis for its Ooh La Lemin Lemonades and new Sparkling Lemonades. The rebranding of the Company’s popular hemp energy drink, Kona Gold, will debut in Q2. In addition, the Company anticipates to see big revenue growth in Q2 with its beverage brands and has forecasted out production in 2022 to keep up with demand.
Gold Leaf Distribution, the Company’s distribution subsidiary, continues to be a bright spot within the Company and has experienced unprecedented growth as it becomes one of the largest distributors in South Carolina. Gold Leaf now distributes to Target, Quik Trip, Piggly Wiggly, IGA, and soon-to-be other big box and grocery stores. To keep up with growth, Gold Leaf continues to hire personnel and purchase delivery trucks.
“I am very pleased to share with our shareholders that we have exceeded our February revenue forecast and are on track to have a very exciting year,” stated Robert Clark, CEO of Kona Gold Beverage, Inc. “Between the demand for our beverage portfolio and distribution side, our team is working on many opportunities that will be coming to fruition in the coming weeks and months. We are on track to have our first million-dollar quarter and laying the foundation for even bigger growth in Q2.”
Kona Gold recently announced its popular Ooh La Lemin Lemonades will be sold in Walmart brick and mortar stores. The Company’s 16 oz Ooh La Lemin Lemonades, available in 4 flavors, will be included in modular sets in all stores with 12 ft or wider coolers in select states starting in June of 2022. The Company will announce which states at a later date as it gets closer to launch. The 4 flavors of Ooh La Lemin will be in Walmart’s system nationwide, which will give the Company fire power to secure distribution in states where it’s currently lacking.
This is a huge step forward for Kona Gold Beverage as the Company focuses on taking its brand portfolio nationally. The Company’s Ooh La Lemin Lemonades are currently sold in popular chains such as Wawa, Plaid Pantry, Piggly Wiggly, Coborn’s, Hyvee, and others. The Company is currently in talks with several other national retailors to carry its Ooh La Lemin Lemonades, and will update shareholders as those come to fruition.
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About Kona Gold Beverage, Inc.
Kona Gold Beverage, Inc., a Delaware corporation, has created wholly-owned subsidiaries, Kona Gold LLC, HighDrate, LLC, and Gold Leaf Distribution, LLC. Kona Gold, LLC has developed a premium Hemp-Infused Energy Drink line; please visit its website at www.konagoldhemp.com. HighDrate, LLC has developed the beverage industry’s first CBD-Infused Energy Water, available in 6 delicious flavors; please visit its website at www.highdrateme.com. Gold Leaf Distribution, LLC was created to fill the Company’s distribution needs in markets that it wants to enter quickly; please visit its website at www.goldleafdist.com. Kona Gold Beverage, Inc. recently rebranded its Lemin Lemonade to Ooh La Lemin Lemonade; please visit its website at www.oohlalemin.com. Kona Gold and its family of companies are located on the east coast of Florida in Melbourne and in Greer and Conway South Carolina.
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