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    ramonazo Guest

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    The site is:
    http://www.virtualvender.coca-cola.com/

    In this page appears the 400 products of The Coca-Cola Company around the world, ... and also appears products that are no longer available in their respective territories, like Surge and Citra in the case of U.S., Coca-Cola vainilla in the case of Mexico and Fanta in the case of Colombia.

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    Interesting they have Surge and Citra on there, but no mention of Minute Maid sodas, even though they're still being sold.

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    Um...what the heck is Corn Fanta?

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    Not to mention candy cane and cucumber melon? There Are tons of flavors on that list....its crazy.

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    what's up with all the bubblegum sodas in south america?
    woot woot

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    also, they say that "Kinley" is in the US, but i've never seen it.

    falvors of mello yello: cherry, citrus lemon (original), citrus punch and watermelon.

    this nordic mist stuff is available in chile, finland, portugal and spain. besides the last two that are close together, that's quite a distance for a similar beverage to be marketed in four countries.
    woot woot

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    Yes, I suspect some of those are way out of date. Surge is listed, but not Fanta Red Cream. Yet, you can't find either anymore, at least not newly made.

    Still, a cool little site.
    Life is too short to drink crummy sodas...

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    For a long time in Israel, Kinley was fanta. It came in Orange, and various other flavors. I beleived it changed to Fanta at some point in the late 90's. I still have the old pop top Kinley orange can from 1992, with the Barcelona olympic logo on it.

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    ramonazo Guest

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    There's a lot of countries that doesn't use the Fanta trademark in their flavor sodas, for example Crush in Colombia and Hit in Venezuela.

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    ramonazo Guest

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    And now that I'm seeing again the Mexico section, they list Seagram's in the Mexico product portfolio, and Seagram's is distributed by Pepsi Bottling Group in some cities!

    http://www.pbg.com/about/products_mexico.html

    Also they mention Sprite Remix, and Sprite Remix was only a limited summer promotion in the past year.

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