Get Juiced, the up-market soft drinks company that went bust last month, has been put on the market by its liquidators.
The Stirling-based firm has ceased trading and laid off all its employees but the liquidator is now targeting a quick sale and hopes the company can be re-started under new ownership.
Johnston Carmichael said it has received interest from a variety of buyers including some in the food and drinks sector.
The accountancy group has asked Glasgow-based intellectual property specialist Metis Partners to sell Get Juiced, with this Friday as the deadline for offers.
Sale co-ordinator Nat Baldwin, of Metis, said: “It is our primary intention to sell both the tangible and the intangible assets together so that Get Juiced can continue to be run as a business.”
The firm was in a rapid growth phase when owner Frank Pawley ran out of cash and was forced to give up on the venture.