They are made with seeds such as almond, rice, and oats, which are increasingly popular in the UK with the emerging category growing by 10 percent.
The launch will provide a choice for those looking for more options for varied nutrition as part of a balanced diet, says the drinks giant.
As per the new legislation, from April drinks with 5g of sugar per 100ml will face a lower rate of tax, while those with more than 8g per 100ml will face a higher rate. The levy will only be applied to water-based soft drinks, while milk-based beverages and pure fruit juices are exempt.
“Consumers are increasingly conscious of their nutritional choices and lead busy lives, almost half are more likely to buy an item if they know the nutritional information.”