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  1. #1
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    Has anyone seen a Fanta splash bottle anywhere in the US? I thought they were supposed to be out by now.

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    I saw them in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

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    Fanta is comming out with their own type of bottle? WHY??

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    They've released it in other countries, and it's been a big hit.

    It has a sort of hourglass shape at the top..

    you can see an Australian version in this pdf file (along with some other interesting stuff from Coke Amatil)

    http://www.ccamatil.com/files/1/Revi...Operations.pdf

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    Got one of Fanta Pineapple in Orlando, FL a few days ago. I assume they'll be available all over soon. But, I did see a Fanta commercial today, and the "bolt" bottle is featured. I do like that Coke makes different bottles for its products, unlike Pepsi's use of that uninspired "swirl" bottle for everything they make.
    Drink responsibly....drink soda!

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    Originally posted by fusion:
    They've released it in other countries, and it's been a big hit.
    Of course, in other countries, the stuff inside the bottle is much better.

  7. #7
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    Thats a pretty drastic looking bottle. It should get peoples attention. The drink in it needs to be better though.

  8. #8
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    This is a very good point. Fanta Orange should switch back to their earlier, non coconut oil formula.

    But, like it was said here earlier, a lot of soda sales execs think that interaction at a golf course does more for sales than improving the product!
    Life is too short to drink crummy sodas...

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