A fruit juice drink that has pieces of fruit floating inside it, which is why the name is Rani Float. Rani juice has multiple flavours and all of them have pieces of the respective fruit inside them. The price of Rani juice is from the mid-ranges.
Rani Float Juice
A juice that is produced by Aujan Group Holding (AGH) which is based in Dammam, Arabia; along with Coca Cola which owns shares. The same parent company also produces Barbican. Rani Float juice was started in 1982 after the chairman of the group was inspired by a Japanese mandarin drink. Rani was their first homegrown brand and accounts for about 80% of their sales.
Rani Float flavours and more
Rani Float juice uses that name as it has small pieces of fruit inside known as 'chunks'. The original was an orange flavoured drink but today there are multiple flavours. This includes peach, mango and pineapple. There are more flavours, but in Pakistan, the options are these four.
The juice itself is thin as far as viscosity goes, the chunks of fruit add more texture to it. Rani juice also has Vitamin C and other things like protein and calcium added in for some nutrition. The juice does not have added sugar and relies on natural sweeteners present in the fruits.
The price of Rani Float juice in Pakistan is mid-range and is available in cans of 240ml.