Fanta launches new flavours for summer
Soft drink brand Fanta has launched two new flavours in Australia — Fanta Tropical and the Limited Edition Fanta Screaming Soda.
“Summer is almost here and we have two new exciting Fanta flavours hitting the shelves, the super-tasty Fanta Tropical and Limited Edition Halloween-themed Fanta Screaming Soda,” said Samuel Way, Fanta Marketing Manager.
“Halloween is growing in popularity amongst many families at this time of year, and to help celebrate the occasion we’ve added the spooky new Screaming Soda flavour,” Mr Way said. “As it heats up, Fanta Tropical is also set to be a great hit, delivering a super-refreshing flavour burst,” he said.
Fanta is a brand in The Coca-Cola Company’s soft drinks portfolio. The Coca-Cola Company is the world’s largest beverage company, with more than 500 sparkling and still brands. Globally, it is the number one provider of sparkling beverages, ready-to-drink coffees, juices and juice drinks. Coca-Cola’s brands are distributed through more than 200 countries worldwide. The Coca-Cola Company is represented in Australia by Coca-Cola Amatil and Coca-Cola South Pacific.
Fanta Tropical will be available in major supermarkets in a 1.25L bottle, 450mL and 8x200ml pack variants. Limited Edition Fanta Screaming Soda will be available in 8x200mL trick-or-treat Halloween packs at leading supermarkets, perfect for the spookiest time of the year.
Expanding on Fanta’s themed Halloween packs, Fanta Orange, Fanta Grape, LIFT and SPRITE will offer more flavour variety, and also be available in all leading supermarkets, in 8x200mL trick-or-treat packs.
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