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Cricket Cola

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– Cricket Cola ingredients: Kola nut extract, green tea concentrate, vanilla extract, primarily sweetened with cane sugar
– Flavors: Pomegranate Raspberry, Mandarin, White Peach are naturally flavored

– Available in 12 oz retro glass bottles
– Sold in single bottles, 4-packs, or cases of 24 bottles

Sale to Meridian:
– Acquired by Meridian Beverage Company in late 2008
– Co-founder Mary Heron became senior vice president of sales and marketing at Meridian
– Cricket not listed on Meridian’s website as of March 2010
– Unclear if Cricket will be relaunched by Meridian
– Product availability decreased at Whole Foods Market and Potbelly Sandwich Works

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– Wikipedia article about Cricket Cola
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Cricket Cola (Wikipedia)

Cricket 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. The drink does not contain any 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.

Cricket Natural Beverages
TypeSoft drink
Country of origin Potomac, Maryland, United States
Introduced2002; 22 years ago (2002)
FlavourCola, Pomegranate Raspberry, Mandarin, White Peach
VariantsDiet cola Edit this on Wikidata
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