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Soft Drink and Soda Saturday - Afri-Cola

Afri-Cola is a cola soft drink produced in Germany. The trademark Afri-Cola was registered in 1931 by the company F. Blumhoffer Nachfolger GmbH. The same company also produced Bluna, an orange soft drink. 384 more words

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Team Coca Cola vs. Team Pepsi (Round 1: Diet Coke vs. Diet Pepsi)

My friends and followers, we are about to witness the beginning of a titanic war between the two largest soft drink providers in the world, a series of head to head battles that will pit rival products from each company against each other to determine overall who the superior brewers are… 707 more words


Soft Drink and Soda Saturday - Limca, Indian Lemon-Lime Soda

Limca is a lemon and lime flavoured carbonated soft drink made primarily in India and certain parts of the U.S.

In an interview in 2008, Ramesh Chauhan of Parle revealed that he had approached the owners of Duke’s Lemonade, requesting them to share the formula for the drink with the promise not to market it in India, which was turned down. 350 more words


Soft Drinks

To me, cutting out soft drinks was both the most difficult and most important part of getting healthy. I drank 2-3 cans of Mt.Dew a day; yes A DAY. 769 more words

Soft Drink & Soda Saturday – Chero-Cola

The year was 1905 in Columbus, Georgia. The Hatcher Grocery Co, a family wholesale grocery business, purchased bottled drinks from a local bottler and resold them to its customers. 1,180 more words


Bagels R US

14185 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32224
As I sped by the huge bagel sign jumped out at me, and I sword it called my name.  This displaced New York woman, has yet to find good bagels in this town, with one  exception  my chef friend makes killer bagels but not often enough.   285 more words


Sweet tea is a style of iced tea commonly consumed in the United States,[1][2] especially the Southern United States. Sweet tea is made by adding sugar to bags of black tea brewing in hot water while the mixture is still hot. 91 more words