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References[edit] – Ellis, Eric (16 February 2007). Irans Cola War. Fortune Magazine. CNN Money. Retrieved 22 March 2023.
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Parsi Cola
Soft drink brand
– Originated in Iran
– Popular in Iran
– Part of the cola market
– Known for unique taste

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– Iranian brands
– Iranian drinks
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– Part of Iranian culture
– Represents local soft drink industry
– Competes with international cola brands
– Historical importance
– Cultural relevance

Parsi Cola (Wikipedia)

Parsi Cola is a cola-flavoured soft drink produced in Iran by Sasan, which bottles Pepsi in the region along with Iranian brands Orange Shad Noosh & Lemon Shad Noosh. It is popular in parts of the Middle East. In Iran it is the main competitor to Zamzam Cola.

Parsi Cola
Country of origin Iran
Related productsZamzam Cola
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