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– **Origin of Ameyal**
– Nahuatl word āmēyalli means natural well or spring
– Mexican soft drink brand
– Fruit sodas available in Toluca, Cuernavaca, and Mexico D.F.
– Originally owned by Coordinación Industrial Mexicana (CIMSA)
– Acquired by The Coca-Cola Company in 2008

– **Variants of Ameyal**
– Club Soda version renamed to Ciel Mineralizada
– Brand includes fruit sodas
– Available only in specific Mexican cities
– Known for its unique flavors
– Formerly owned by a Coca-Cola bottling company

– **Ownership of Ameyal**
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (66.5%)
Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (19.5%)
Coca-Cola FEMSA (28%)
Coca-Cola Hellenic (23.2%)
– Bambi (23.0%)

– **Former Holdings**
Beverage Partners Worldwide
Coca-Cola Amatil
Coca-Cola Enterprises
– Columbia Pictures
TriStar Pictures

– **Legal Cases Involving Coca-Cola**
– United States v. Forty Barrels and Twenty Kegs of Coca-Cola (1916)
– Escola v. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. (1944)
– Sinaltrainal v. Coca-Cola (2001)
– POM Wonderful v. Coca-Cola (2014)
– Various legal battles over the years

Ameyal (Wikipedia)

Ameyal (from the Nahuatl word āmēyalli, meaning natural well or spring) is a brand of Mexican soft drink. It is also a brand of fruit sodas available only in Toluca, Cuernavaca, and Mexico D.F. Ameyal was formerly owned by Coordinación Industrial Mexicana (CIMSA), a Coca-Cola bottling company stationed in Toluca, Cuernavaca, and Mexico D.F. In 2008, Ameyal was acquired by The Coca-Cola Company. There was also a Club Soda version of Ameyal, but was acquired by Coca-Cola and renamed to Ciel Mineralizada.

A bottle of Ameyal Mandarin.
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