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Kuat (drink)

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– See also:
– Guaraná Antarctica
– Sanduíche-iche – a meme used in a Kuat advertising campaign

– References:
– McCay, Betsy (18 October 2002). Coca-Cola To Test Brazilian Hot Seller Kuat In U.S.
– BevNet. Retrieved 17 June 2016.
– The Battle of Guaraná. Brand New. UnderConsideration LLC. Retrieved 17 June 2016.
– Redaksjonen (2003-01-27). SanSão – den nye voksenbrusen fra Coca-Cola. (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2020-08-18.

– External links:
– Official website
– Kuat published by Coca-Cola Brasil
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Kuat (drink) (Wikipedia)

Kuat (Brazilian Portuguese pronunciation: [kwatʃ]) is a brand of guarana beverage sold by The Coca-Cola Company in Brazil. Kuat was introduced in Brazil in 1997 to compete with the leading guarana beverage, Guaraná Antarctica, which was stealing market share from Coca-Cola's cola products.

In Brazil, Kuat is available in a diet version (Kuat Zero) and a green-tea infused version (Kuat Eko).

Kuat was briefly sold in Norway starting in 2003 under the name SanSão.

In 2002, Coca-Cola announced plans to test market Kuat in the United States.

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