Your throat and voice are often put under strain when traveling. Luckily, you can now get soothing Ricola herb drops in a handy tin. Whether it’s a souvenir or a gift, there’s room for this small, premium tin in any bag. The tin is part of Ricola’s Herbal Travel Essentials range, available exclusively in duty-free shops. And Cranberry is one of the most popular Ricola flavours across the globe. Cranberries are originally from North America and are related to the lingonberry, which is native to Europe. When ripe, they are a deep red color and are full of vitamin C, beta carotene and minerals. Native Americans harnessed the power of the berries in many traditional medicines. For its Cranberry drops, Ricola has combined cranberry juice with its familiar 13-herb mixture to provide a soothing, refreshing experience for the mouth and throat. Ricola is one of the world’s most modern and innovative manufacturers of herb drops. Ricola herb specialties are exported to more than 50 countries and are famous for their fine Swiss quality. Founded in 1930, with company headquarters in Laufen and subsidiaries in Europe, Asia and the USA, Ricola now produces around 60 different herb drops and tea specialties. Group sales amounted to CHF 339.3 million at the end of 2018. In Switzerland, this family-owned company is a pioneer in herb cultivation and places great value on using carefully selected locations and controlled, environmentally friendly cultivation methods. Ricola has concluded fixed long-term purchase agreements with more than 100 farmers in Swiss mountain regions. Ricola is a responsible global employer of around 500 employees and is committed to sustainable corporate management: economically, socially and ecologically. The traditional values of a family-run enterprise coupled with Swiss quality and a passion for innovation are crucial factors in the success of the Ricola global brand.