Lovers of carbonated drinks listen: Fanta Grape launches in the UK and it sounds like it's a new favorite. Fanta today announced the launch of Fanta Grape zero sugar, promising it would taste like "their favorite sugar with no added sugars, with a delicious purple twist".
The decision to bring out the grape flavor is based on the new data from the Coca-Cola Freestyle machines (in Five Guys) that allows users to make their own brews with flavors of more than 100 Coca-Cola brands. The data revealed that Grape is the second most popular flavor after the classic Fanta Orange in the United Kingdom. That is why it is logical that Fanta Grape is permanently on the shelves – especially if the general reaction to Twitter is something. "As if they were launching Fanta Grape in Britain, she was never so happy," a person wrote while another added: "Grape Fanta is just something else." A third remarked: "I have tried Grape Fanta for the first time and my mind is stunned."
About the new launch, Fanta & # 39; s Rosalind Brown, marketing manager for flavors and adults: "Grape flavor has been a firm favorite in our Freestyle machines and we are delighted to permanently add flavor to the Fanta zero range. "We have enjoyed the introduction of an explosion of fruity new varieties on the assortment, which we hope our current fans and those who want to try something new will enjoy."
Fanta Grape zero sugar is now available in 330ml, 500ml and 2l bottles and multipacks, available in selected stores from February and nationwide from the end of March.