A Brief History Of Fanta

Facts About Fanta



Fanta started back in the World War II days when a trading ban was placed on Germany by the Allies.

The Coca-Cola Company wasn’t able to import the syrup needed to produce Coca-Cola in Germany.

Dr Schetelig decided to create a new product for the German market instead of Coca-Cola which could be made using only ingredients available in Germany which at the time was mainly apple fiber and a by-product of cheese.

It tasted of orange and was yellow colored.

The name Fanta comes from ‘fantasie’ which is German for ‘imagination’.

And obviously the creator needed a good imagination to think that cheese and apple would make a good drink.

The name was chosen by a salesman called Joe Knipp.

The Coca-Cola Company liked this name and decided that’s its name.

Fanta was the second drink to be produced by Coca-Cola, the first being the original Coca-Cola.

Fanta Orange is the most popular flavor and it’s available in 180 different countries.

Also there are over 70 flavors worldwide.

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