Lemonsoda

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Lemonsoda is a brand of Italian carbonated soft drinks created in the 1940s by Milan-based company Saga and currently owned by Royal Unibrew.[1]

History[edit]

The original Lemonsoda flavor was lemon. Oransoda and Pelmosoda, orange and grapefruit-flavored sodas, were introduced in the following years. In 1980 the brand was sold to Crodo, which became part of the Campari Group in 1999. During the 2003/2004 season Lemonsoda was the official sponsor of Lecce football club. In 2005, a tonic water titled Tonicsoda was the first Lemonsoda product born under the Campari brand. In 2010, two new versions of traditional Lemonsoda were created: sugarless Lemonsoda Zero and the Mojitosoda, a non-alcoholic cocktail made with lemon juice and mint flavor, flavored like a mojito cocktail. In October 2017, the Lemonsoda brand was sold to Royal Unibrew for 80 million Euro.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Gruppo Campari sells the Lemonsoda business for € 80.0 million to Royal Unibrew A/S | Campari Corporate". www.camparigroup.com. Retrieved 2018-10-07.

External links[edit]

  • [1] Lemonsoda in Österreich by Günter Kenesei Sportmanagement