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440ml 7Up Cans 25p @ Poundstretcher
440ml 7Up Cans 25p @ Poundstretcher

440ml 7Up Cans 25p @ Poundstretcher

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Saw these instore. Best before is end of February 2017 but they'll be perfectly fine past then. These are 7Up "Free" so Zero basically.

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Original Poster

Anyone else used to think it was called Zup?

7up > Tango.

Yeah I said it. Come at me.

wiggywig

Anyone else used to think it was called Zup?



Haha not heard that before actually

wiggywig

Anyone else used to think it was called Zup?



Wow... Now that's taken me back!

I had a friend back in junior school who confided in me that he used to think that 7UP was called ZUP.

I've called it ZUP ever since.

derp1664

7up > Tango.Yeah I said it. Come at me.



Tango or Sprite?

Tango and 7Up are made by the same people in the UK. Iirc.

alg

Tango or Sprite?Tango and 7Up are made by the same people in the UK. Iirc.




7up > Sprite > Tango X)

Didn't know they were made by the same company that's interesting.
I always thought coca-cola owns Tango but Pepsi owns 7up? Maybe I was completely wrong

alg

Tango or Sprite?Tango and 7Up are made by the same people in the UK. Iirc.



Tango was invented in Wales and is owned by Britvic according to Wikipedia.
Learn something new everyday X)

derp1664

Tango was invented in Wales and is owned by Britvic according to … Tango was invented in Wales and is owned by Britvic according to Wikipedia. Learn something new everyday X)



I did say made in the UK though - Britvic have a range of brands they produce in the UK, including Pepsi and 7Up.

That's also why Tango, Pepsi (Max and diet), and 7Up Free are 600ml bottles in meal deals as Britvic regard them as healthier options being low sugar, so provide quantity to emphasise that.

Tango is weird though, as there are instances of supposedly similar Tango flavours having hugely different amounts of sugar in them depending on the packaging.

alg

I did say made in the UK though - Britvic have a range of brands they … I did say made in the UK though - Britvic have a range of brands they produce in the UK, including Pepsi and 7Up.That's also why Tango, Pepsi (Max and diet), and 7Up Free are 600ml bottles in meal deals as Britvic regard them as healthier options being low sugar, so provide quantity to emphasise that.Tango is weird though, as there are instances of supposedly similar Tango flavours having hugely different amounts of sugar in them depending on the packaging.



Interesting. Makes sense.
Surprising to hear there's any soft drinks companies left that aren't owned by Coca-cola co. !

Crazy price, thank you op, heat added

Thanks wiggy, have some heat

wiggywig

Anyone else used to think it was called Zup?



No, never. Those eye tests as a child must of been doing something.

derp1664

Interesting. Makes sense.Surprising to hear there's any soft drinks … Interesting. Makes sense.Surprising to hear there's any soft drinks companies left that aren't owned by Coca-cola co. !



Course there is - AG Barr are doing quite well. They do Irn Bru, Tizer, Strathmore Water, Rubicon, Snapple, Rockstar, St Clement's, ....


Edited by: "alg" 28th Feb
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