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Zamzam Cola
Zamzam (Persian: زمزم‎ formerly Zamzam Cola) is a brand of soft drink produced in Iran
Iran
by Zamzam Group. It is particularly popular in parts of the Muslim world, having gained a status there as an Iranian alternative to American products such as Coca- Cola
Cola
and Pepsi. The director of the Zamzam Group is Ahmad-Haddad Moghaddam
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Fada Cola
Fada Cola
Cola
is a locally distributed cola soft drink produced in Marseille. The name fada is the Marseille
Marseille
version of the French word "fou", meaning "mad". The catchphrase of the company is: Qui ne boit pas Fada ne vient pas de marseille! meaning If you don't drink Fada you're not from Marseille
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Corsica Cola
Corsica
Corsica
Cola
Cola
is a regional cola distributed by the corsican brewery Pietra (owner of the brand) but produced in Cholet
Cholet
in western France. Corsica
Corsica
Cola
Cola
benefited from an unexpected kick start during its launch in May 2003: a heat wave
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Breizh Cola
Breizh Cola
Cola
(pronounced [brɛjs kola], from the Breton word for Brittany), is a brand of cola bottled by Phare Ouest[1] and sold in Brittany, France. It is one of many new types of alternate cola, or "altercola," competing with more established and widespread brands such as Coca- Cola
Cola
and Pepsi-Cola. Lancelot Brewery launched Breizh Cola
Cola
in 2002, after one of the owners, Bernard Lancelot, noticed colas from the United States in a home in the middle of the Guatemalan jungle during a trip in 1997. Altercolas like Breizh Cola
Cola
appeal to consumers because they offer different and unique flavours, and are also popular with those concerned about preserving diversity of choice in beverages. References[edit]^ Literally West lighthouse
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Bubba Cola
Save-A-Lot
Save-A-Lot
is an American discount supermarket chain headquartered in Earth City, Missouri, near St. Louis, Missouri, United States.[1] The subsidiary of Onex Corporation
Onex Corporation
comprises more than 1300 stores across 36 states in the United States
United States
with over $4 billion in annual sales. While stores carry most typical grocery products, they feature less variety than conventional supermarkets. A typical Save-A-Lot
Save-A-Lot
is 15,000 square feet (1,400 m2) with items displayed in their cardboard shipping boxes.Contents1 History 2 Expansion2.1 Acquisitions2.1.1 Deal$2.2 Recent expansion3 Store brands3.1 Licensed owners4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] Save-A-Lot
Save-A-Lot
was founded in 1977 by Bill Moran as an alternative to larger supermarkets
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Campa Cola
Campa Cola
Cola
is a soft drink brand in India. It was a market leader in most regions of India
India
for a period spanning several years until the advent of the foreign players Pepsi
Pepsi
and Coca-Cola
Coca-Cola
after the liberalisation policy of the P. V. Narasimha Rao
P. V. Narasimha Rao
Government in 1991. Campa Cola
Cola
was a drink created by the Pure Drinks Group in the 1970s. The Pure Drinks Group pioneereed the Indian soft drink industry when it introduced Coca-Cola
Coca-Cola
into India
India
in 1949, and were the sole manufacturers and distributors of Coca-Cola
Coca-Cola
till the 1970s when Coke was asked to leave. The Pure Drinks Group and Campa Beverages Pvt. Ltd
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Cavan Cola
Cavan
Cavan
Cola
Cola
was a brand of soft drink produced by Cavan
Cavan
Mineral Water Ltd. in the town of Cavan, Ireland. It was introduced in 1958, and was sold in 250ml bottles in shops in counties Cavan, Monaghan, Sligo, Leitrim, Louth and Meath. The product proved so popular there that it went national in the early 1990s. In 1993, the still family-run Cavan Mineral Water Ltd. was taken over by Finches, who began phasing out Cavan
Cavan
Cola. By 2001, Cavan
Cavan
Cola
Cola
had disappeared from most shops, even in County Cavan. In recent times, the parent group has been the subject of a number of rival bids
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China Cola
Future Cola
Cola
is a cola-flavoured carbonated beverage manufactured by Hangzhou Wahaha Group
Hangzhou Wahaha Group
of China, where its market share is 12-15%,[1] making it the third-largest manufacturer of soft drinks in China behind Coca- Cola
Cola
and Pepsi
Pepsi
Cola. It is distributed by Reed's, Inc., in the United States
United States
as China
China
Cola. In China
China
it is sold under the English name Future Cola
Cola
(Chinese: 非常可乐; pinyin: fēicháng kĕle), the patriotic by-line "The Chinese people's own cola", and the slogan "the future will be better".Contents1 Markets1.1 China 1.2 International markets2 References 3 External linksMarkets[edit] China[edit] Wahaha started making its own cola in 1998
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Classic Cola (Sainsbury's)
Classic Cola
Cola
is a cola made for Sainsbury's
Sainsbury's
Supermarkets in the United Kingdom. It was launched in the mid-1990s and, unlike other store brand colas, which are seen as cheap versions of the real thing, this was designed to be a worthy competitor to main rivals Coca- Cola
Cola
and Pepsi
Pepsi
and the other new contender in the cola business at that time, Virgin Cola, during a period of time which the UK media dubbed "the cola wars". Sainsbury's
Sainsbury's
continues to sell Classic Cola, but it no longer has the same brand recognition as the two major brands
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Club Cola
Club Cola
Cola
is the name of a cola soft drink once popular in East Germany. Originally manufactured at the request of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany and other governmental organizations, Club Cola
Cola
was created so that East Germany
East Germany
could have its own cola soft drink that was similar in taste and appearance to those sold in the western world. The government announced a project to create the cola at the 1966 Leipzig
Leipzig
Spring Fair.[1] On 19 April 1967 the first Club Cola
Cola
was bottled in Berlin
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Cockta
Cockta
Cockta
is a soft drink from Slovenia. Its main ingredient comes from the dog rose hip; the other ingredients come from 11 different herbs, lemon and orange. Its original variant contains neither caffeine nor orthophosphoric acid.[1]Contents1 Origins 2 Ownership 3 Sales 4 Marketing4.1 Slogans5 ReferencesOrigins[edit] Cockta
Cockta
in LjubljanaThe origins of the Cockta
Cockta
drink begin in the early 1950s. In 1952, Ivan Deu, the Director of the state-owned corporation Slovenijavino, came up with the idea of producing an original, refreshing Slovenian beverage which would be able to compete against soft drinks from abroad (that is, the United States; i.e
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Cole Cold
Cole Cold is a line of soft drinks produced by S. M. Jaleel and Company in Trinidad and Tobago. It is available in banana, diet banana, pear, pineapple, ginger beer, grape, kola champagne, diet kola champagne, orange, diet orange, cream soda, green crush and club soda flavors. Information[edit] The Cole Cold line was launched in 1981 to replace the company's traditional Red Spot brand. In 18 months following the launch, S. M. Jaleel's market share grew from 1% to 30%. In some areas of the Caribbean, the company S.M. Jaleel is actually called Cole Cold rather than the brand name. This proves the close association that this brand has with the consumers. It is mainly known for its 2L and 20oz packages. It is the leading flavored carbonated soft drink beverage in Trinidad. The brand has been successful in the market since the early 1980s
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Count Cola
Count Cola
Cola
was a brand of soft drink produced by Ben's Beverage Company Pty Limited, sold in Australia
Australia
from the mid-1970s until the mid-to-late 1980s. Count Cola
Cola
is no longer available. Count Cola
Cola
advertising featured a green cartoon Count Dracula character. Early bottles were wrapped in a thin polystyrene label (as were many soft-drinks during this period) featuring diagonal pink and yellow bands of colour. To taste, Count Cola
Cola
was said to be close to that of the similarly defunct Schweppes
Schweppes
Cola. The flavour was derived from a combination of cola and raspberry (a.k.a
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Beed Cola
Beed Cola
Cola
is a Peruvian range of soft drinks trademarked on February 25, 2003[1] by Industria Embotelladora del Oriente S.R.L.[1] Beed Cola is produced in Pucallpa, Peru
Peru
and sold throughout the Ucayali Region.[2] Beed Cola
Cola
is sold in 362 ml glass bottles
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Cricket Cola
Potomac, Maryland, United StatesIntroduced 2002Flavour Cola, Pomegranate Raspberry, Mandarin, White PeachVariants Diet colaCricket Natural Beverages are soda made with a green tea base. According to the manufacturer, every bottle contains two cups of green tea, and it is sweetened with cane sugar rather than high-fructose corn syrup. They also refrain from phosphoric acid, preservatives, artificial colors or flavors. Although not widely available, the manufactured flavors include cola in both sugar- and Splenda-sweetened varieties, Pomegranate Raspberry, Mandarin Orange, and White Peach. Cricket Natural Beverages was created by John and Mary Heron of Potomac, Maryland.Contents1 Ingredients 2 Health claims 3 Packaging 4 Sale to Meridian 5 See also 6 ReferencesIngredients[edit] Kola nut
Kola nut
extract, green tea concentrate, vanilla extract, primarily sweetened with cane sugar
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