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It was once produced by cider producers Bulmers (part of C&C) and comes in a distinctive green bottle. It is now part of Britvic Ireland due to C&C selling their soft drink segment in 2007. Contains Saccharin.
- Britvic Agrees to Buy C&C's Soft-Drinks Division CNBC, 14 May 2007
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