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Website: www.orangina.com

Orangina (French pronunciation: ​[ɔʁɑ̃ʒina]) is a lightly carbonated beverage made from carbonated water, 12% citrus juice (10% from concentrated orange, 2% from a combination of concentrated lemon, concentrated mandarin, and concentrated grapefruit juices), as well as 2% orange pulp. Orangina is sweetened with sugar or high fructose corn syrup (glucose fructose) and natural flavors are added.

The brand is famous for the design of its 25 cl (8 oz) bottle made in the shape of a pear with a pebbly texture meant to recall the peel of an orange or other citrus fruit. Larger bottles also include the fruit peel texture but use a commonly shaped bottle lower section while maintaining the design of the smaller bottles on top.

Orangina was developed by Agustín Trigo Miralles in 1933 in French Algeria. Today it is a popular beverage in Europe (especially France and Switzerland), Japan, North Africa, and to a lesser extent in North America.

Since November 2009, Orangina has been owned by Suntory in most of the world.In the United States and Canada, the brand has been owned by Suntory and licensed to Ventures Food and Beverage since 2020. Previously, it was made by Dr Pepper Snapple Group and Canada Dry Motts Inc.