In the past year, there have been several attempts to create sugar-less fruit juicers, but none have been successful.
That changed recently, when a startup called Sagesign took off and became the first company to create a sugar-based juicer.
This week, Sagesigning announced that it is now offering a full-featured sugar-to-fruit juicer with more than 500 juice flavors and more than 400 different fruits.
The company also plans to release a companion app for Apple and Android devices in the coming months.
It has set a goal of selling a million fruit juices in its first year, which means it has plenty of time to scale up.
SagesIGN’s product manager, Jyoti Prakash, told The Verge that the company is aiming to sell around 5 million fruit juice products by the end of the year.
“If we can get 500,000 products out by the time we close, then we will be able to sell in the tens of millions,” he said.
“I think we have enough products in our first year to get to 1 billion products.”
Prakush says Sagesigned has already started scaling up its sales and product development capabilities.
“We have been working on this product for the last six months, which is a good amount of time,” he told The Guardian.
“The last year has been pretty exciting and challenging, but I think it’s going to be very successful.”
Paksesign also hopes to be able sell a third of its fruit juice to other companies.
The startup plans to build partnerships with other large brands and other food-service companies, including the makers of Coca-Cola, Red Bull, and Kraft.
Prakut also hopes that Sagesigne can also work with other fruit juice makers, like those that make juice for soda pop and ice cream, to bring new flavors and other flavors to the market.
The next step for Sagesignty is to start manufacturing its own juice and then sell it through its website and online store.
Pakssign also plans on building a dedicated juice line for Apple’s iPad Pro and Android tablets.
For now, it’s selling its juice through its own website.