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Mezzo Mix

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– Mezzo Mix sold and produced in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria
– Beverage seen in Belgium
– Brand slogan translates to Cola Kisses Orange
– Known as Fanta Mezzo in Spain
– Released in Sweden as a limited edition in 2017

– Two kinds in the 1990s: orange and lemon
Lemon flavor discontinued and reintroduced in 2003
– Mezzo Mix Zero introduced in Germany in 2007
– Mezzo Mix Berry Love with raspberry flavor in 2013
– Limited edition available only in February

– Contains water, sugar, orange juice, carbonation
– Includes caramel coloring, citric acid, flavoring, caffeine
– Ascorbic acid and stabilizer also present

– Germans Love Spezi, the Swamp Juice Soda
Fanta Mezzo information
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa, Coca-Cola Europacific Partners, Coca-Cola FEMSA, Coca-Cola Hellenic, Bambi
– Former holdings: Beverage Partners Worldwide, Coca-Cola Amatil, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Columbia Pictures, TriStar Pictures
– Legal cases involving Coca-Cola

– Ashita Ga Arusa campaign
Coke Zero Facial Profiler campaign
– Coming Together campaign
– Country Sunshine campaign
– Hey Kid, Catch! campaign

Mezzo Mix (Wikipedia)

Mezzo Mix (stylised mezzo mix) is a product of The Coca-Cola Company, first introduced in West Germany in 1973. It is a mixture of orange soda and cola, a beverage popular in German-speaking countries, commonly known there as spezi, the generic trademark of the first brand of that type of soda.

Mezzo Mix
Mezzo Mix Zero and Mezzo Mix
ManufacturerThe Coca-Cola Company
Country of origin Germany Edit this on Wikidata
A 500 ml Mezzo Mix bottle
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