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Charlie's

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Type  subsidiary
Genre  Beverage Producer
Products  Fruits, Fruit Juices
Parent organization  Asahi Breweries
Founded  1999
Industry  Food
Predecessor  Spectrum Resources
Revenue  NZ$30,046 (2008)
Founder  Marc Ellis
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Headquarters  Waitakere City, New Zealand
Subsidiaries  Charlie’s Group (Australia) Pty Limited

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Charlie's Group Limited is a New Zealand producer of beverage drinks founded in 1999 by three friends, Marc Ellis, Stefan Lepionka and Simon Neal. Originally the company produced fresh orange juice; in 2001, Charlie's expanded their product range to include a variety of other natural fruit juices. They also sell loose fruit, fruit smoothies and sports water flavored with fruit juices. In May 2008, Charlie's launched a line of fruit-based softdrinks. They market their products as "Honest", referring to the fact that the products are not from concentrate with no sugar added. They listed on the NZX in 2006. In 2008, Charlie's opened a new plant in Renmark, South Australia.

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In 2007, a television advertisement for Charlie's which featured children playing with fireworks was banned from airing after the Television Commercials Approval Bureau received letters of complaint. The commercial showed cartoon children allowing fireworks to explode between their teeth and shooting rockets at each other. The Acting Fire Service National Commander Paul McGill said "It's really disappointing that an advertiser will use this occasion to produce a commercial that glorifies behaviour that was unacceptable 20 years ago and is unacceptable today." Ron Curteis, Charlie's Marketing Manager indicated that the commercial was not intended to condone such behavior and that they hadn't realized this sort of behavior was still a big issue. Marc Ellis, director of Charlie's, later called for an overhaul of the advertising rules noting that the same panel who banned the commercial had initially certified that the commercial met all advertising standards. The ban eventually became part of a larger discussion about the difference between content allowed in programming versus advertisement.

In July 2011, Japanese beverage company Asahi acquired Charlie's.

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References

Charlie's Wikipedia


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