Fanta Orange Soft Drink Bottle 500 Ml (pack Of 12)
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History [ edit ] Wartime product [ edit ] Fanta Klassik ("classic") was sold in Germany in 2015, marking the 75th anniversary of the drink. Fanta orange from Mexico During the Second World War, the United States established a trade embargo against Nazi Germany, making the export of Coca-Cola syrup difficult.  To circumvent this, Max Keith, the head of Coca-Cola Deutschland (Coca-Cola GmbH), decided to create a new product for the German market, using only ingredients available in Germany at the time, including sugar beet, whey (a cheese byproduct), and apple pomace—the "leftovers of leftovers", as Keith later recalled.   The name was the result of a brainstorming session, which started with Keith's exhorting his team to "use their imagination" ( Fantasie in German), to which one of his salesmen, Joe Knipp, retorted "Fanta!".  Fanta ( / ˈ f æ n t ə/) is an American-owned German brand of fruit-flavored carbonated soft drinks created by Coca-Cola Deutschland under the leadership of German businessman Max Keith. There are more than 200 flavors worldwide. Fanta originated in Germany as a Coca-Cola alternative in 1940 due to the American trade embargo of Nazi Germany, which affected the availability of Coca-Cola ingredients. Fanta soon dominated the German market with three million cases sold in 1943. The current formulation of Fanta, with orange flavour, was developed in Italy in 1955.
This list contains numerous Fanta flavors from around the world, including well-known and lesser-known fruity variants since the 1940s. 
How Fanta was invented in Nazi Germany to quench people's thirst for Coke". www.thelocal.de. May 23, 2017 . Retrieved March 17, 2019. Lilt drink brand to be scrapped and renamed Fanta". www.bbc.co.uk. BBC News. February 13, 2023 . Retrieved February 13, 2023. Modern product [ edit ] Logo used before re-branding in 2016. This logo was first introduced in 2008, shown here is the 2010 version. However, it is still used in some other countries.
Snyder, Benjamin (March 3, 2015). "Coke pulls Fanta ad over Nazi controversy". Fortune . Retrieved March 9, 2015.Following the launch of several drinks by Pepsi-Cola in the 1950s, SNIBERG relaunched Fanta in 1955 with a different formulation. Coca-Cola in 1960 bought the brand, distributing it all over the world. The drink was heavily marketed in Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America, although it did not become widely available in the United States until the 1960s because the company feared it would undermine the strong market position of their flagship cola.  Even then, its availability was spotty at best especially after the 1980s due to sister brand Minute Maid selling similar products under its own name. It wasn't until 2001 that Fanta finally received a national push due to the U.S.'s growing Hispanic population and the drink's proven popularity in Latin America.  a b c d Mikkelson, Barbara (April 29, 2011). "The Reich Stuff?". Snopes . Retrieved March 11, 2012.