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Slice (drink)

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Lemon Lime Slice introduced in 1984 as Teem replacement
– Competitor to Sprite and 7 Up with 10% fruit juice
– Expanded in 1986 with Mandarin Orange, Apple, and Cherry Cola flavors
– Held 3.2% of soft drink market by May 1987
– Rebranded in 1990 with new flavors and slogans

New Slice:
– New Slice Ventures LLC acquired Slice trademark in 2018
– Working on lower-sugar, lower-calorie beverage sweetened with organic fruit juice
– Released new Slice-branded products in four flavors in 2018
– Re-branded in late 2022 with retro-style and four new flavors
– Available in retail stores and online

– Original Slice had 10% fruit juice, reduced by 1988 and eliminated by 1990
PepsiCo India offers Slice Mango
– Slice range of sparkling water released by Revolution Brands
– New Slice products available in various flavors
– Slice available in orange, lemon-lime, cherry, and berry flavors

External links:
– Official website for New Slice Ventures LLC in U.S. and Canada
– Slice (Pakistan) by PepsiCo
– Commercial for reformulated Slice in 1997
– Various external links related to Slice and PepsiCo brands

Slice (drink) (Wikipedia)

Slice was a line of fruit-flavored soft drinks originally manufactured by PepsiCo and introduced in 1984 (to replace the Teem brand) but discontinued by PepsiCo in North America in the late 2000s. Slice was reintroduced in the United States and Canada as a brand of Organic food by "New Slice Ventures LLC", which acquired the trademark rights in those countries.

Can of lemon-lime Slice
Product typeFruit-flavored soft drink
OwnerPepsiCo (in Asia)
Introduced1984; 40 years ago (1984)

Slice was also reintroduced in India by PepsiCo in 2008 as a mango-flavored fruit drink where it is currently advertised as Tropicana Slice.

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