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Type Yerba mate flavored beverage.
Manufacturer The Coca-Cola Company
Country of origin Argentina
Introduced 2003
Discontinued 2004
Nativa Yerba Mate Inc
Type Yerba mate tea leaves.
Manufacturer Nativa Yerba Mate Inc
Country of origin United States
Introduced 2000
Discontinued available

Nativa was a carbonated beverage created by the Coca-Cola Company. It was released in November 2003 in Argentina,[1] and discontinued in August 2004.[2] The flavor of this drink was Yerba mate.

The odd choice of flavor was based on the Argentine tradition of drinking mate, which also was the reason of the naming of the brand "Nativa" (native).

Not to be confused with Nativa Yerba Mate, USPTO trademarked brand of loose-leaf yerba mate from Brazil which is still in existence.