Australian non-alcoholic beverages bottler Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) has entered a new national distribution agreement with beverages firm Made Group.

Under the agreement, CCA will be distributing Made Group’s offering to an estimated 50,000 restaurants, cafes, and convenience style stores across Australia.

Established in 2005, Made Group offers cold-pressed juice, high-protein smoothies, probiotic milk, yoghurts, coconut water and cold-brew coffee.

The company currently manufactures various beverage brands such as Cocobella, Rokeby Farms, Impressed and Nutrient Water.

Coca-Cola Amatil Australian Beverages managing director Peter West said: “The distribution of Rokeby Farms Whole Protein Smoothies and the Impressed Juice range will give us an opportunity to distribute the products to more customers, faster.”

West further explained that the company intends to further expand its chilled distribution capacity this year.

The deal comes almost nine months after CCA and The Coca-Cola Company jointly acquired a minority stake of 45% in Made Group.

Made Group co-founder Matt Dennis said: “We are excited to have two of our key brands, Rokeby Farms and Impressed, being distributed through Amatil’s expansive distribution network as it will allow even more Australians to enjoy our beverages every day.

“It coincides with the opening of our new manufacturing facility in Melbourne which will allow the Made Group to continue to grow momentum in delivering more products to Australian consumers.”

Dennis further explained that the distribution agreement represents a significant advance for the Made Group’s business and its company will continue to produce its beverage products at its new facility in Dandenong, Victoria.