Fanta releases new ‘Australian range’ of fruit flavours
Popular soft drink Fanta has expanded its Australian range with three new flavours due to hit shelves this month. The new flavours will be Grape, Mango Passionfruit and a Limited Edition Sour Watermelon.
The Grape and Mango Passionfruit flavours will be available in grocery stores in a 1.25 litre bottle, but the Sour Watermelon flavour will only be available in 450mL and 600mL bottles in corner stores and petrol stations for a limited time.
“Whether you’re getting your Grape on, or passionate about Mango Passionfruit our new additions to the Fanta Flavours range are sure to satisfy whatever flavour mood your tastebuds are in,” said Delia Maloney, Fanta Marketing Manager.
The addition of the Grape, Mango Passionfruit and Sour Watermelon will bring Fanta’s range of flavours in Australia to eight.
Fanta is one of the brands owned by the Coca-Cola Company. The Coca-Cola Company distributes to over 200 countries at a rate of 1.8 billion servings a day. Other brands include ‘Coca-Cola’, ‘diet Coke’, ‘Fanta’, ‘Sprite’, ‘Coca-Cola Zero’, ‘Glaceau vitaminwater’, and ‘Powerade’.
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