Fanta Grape Soda Can 355 ml (Pack of 12)
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In 1943 alone, 3 million cases of Fanta were sold in Germany. Many bottles were not consumed as a beverage but used as a cooking ingredient to add sweetness and flavor to soups and stews, as sugar was severely rationed.  
Fanta Grape Japan 350ml - Candy Mail UK
Coca-Cola Japan developed a solution to the heat problem by introducing the Fanta Salty Watermelon flavor. Additionally – Fanta Premier Lemon has another flavor that isn’t common in soft drinks – bitterness.Fanta Japanese Citrus is made from the sweet-tasting iyokan citrus, indigenous to Japan. Once you open this incredible flavour, you enjoy a zesty citrus aroma like no other. 13. Fanta Shine Muscat Fanta Shine Muscat. Photo: @sodasbymk.com Furthermore, it reduces the risk of heatstroke by replacing the salts and electrolytes lost through sweating. There are more than 200 flavors worldwide; the recipes can differ per country. The Orange flavor recipe outside the US contains orange juice  and the American version has none. 
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Fanta Melon soda is a Japanese flavor that isn’t easy to find in other countries, including the USA and Coca-Cola’s motherland. However, it’s abundant in Japan.Japan boasts of some of the world’s unique Fanta flavors. While most are seasonal, others are exclusively available in the country throughout the year. Fanta e arancia, un matrimonio all'italiana". The Coca-Cola Company (in Italian). Archived from the original on July 17, 2019 . Retrieved March 17, 2019.
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Fanta White Peach looks like fizzy water milk, which is what you want in a carbonated soft drink. Moreover, it smells and tastes like peach.Besides the country’s association with melons, the Fanta Melon flavor has cut a niche. The locals adore it, which has been the case since its introduction around 30 years ago. The modern-day orange Fanta was first produced in Naples, Italy in 1955 by a local bottling plant using locally sourced oranges.    The design of the classic annulated bottle comes from these years. In Mexico, Fanta is made with sugar whereas the US version uses high fructose corn syrup. In the UK, the sugar content was reduced in 2017 to 4.6g per 100ml in the standard version (non-sugar free) to ensure that the product was below the 5g that will incur the soft drinks levy ( sugary drink tax). This was a third lower than the recipe used before 2016, as some of the sugar was replaced by sweeteners.