Schweppes Australia

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Schweppes Australia
Subsidiary Asahi Breweries[1]
Industry Beverage
Founded 1877
Headquarters Tullamarine, Victoria,
Area served
Key people
CEO - David Beguely
Products Pepsi, Sunkist, Mountain Dew, Gatorade, Cottee’s Cordial, Spring Valley Beverages, Pop Tops, Cool Ridge, Frantelle, P&N Beverages
Number of employees
Divisions Australia

Schweppes Australia is the Australian branch of beverage company Schweppes, having arrived in the country in 1850. In 1877, the first factory was built in Sydney. Formerly the beverage division of Cadbury Schweppes, the company was separated on the 27th of February 2009, and in April, Schweppes Australia was acquired by Asahi Breweries.

Schweppes Australia is a licensed distributor of American brands such as Pepsi, Sunkist, Mountain Dew, Monster Energy and Gatorade. They also produce their own line of soft drinks, as well as many other Australian brands, including Solo, Passiona, Cottee’s Cordial, Spring Valley Beverages, Pop Tops and Cool Ridge, and Frantelle spring water. In 2011, Asahi acquired P&N Beverages (Sale details.)

The head office is located in Melbourne, Victoria. There are 11 manufacturing sites across all mainland states and sales offices in each state.



Classic Mixers: Dry Ginger Ale, Diet Dry Ginger Ale, Indian Tonic Water, Lemon, Lime & Bitters, Soda Water, Diet Tonic Water, Bitter Lemon

Agrum Collection: Blood Orange, Citrus Blend, Sugar Free Citrus Blend, White Grape & Passionfruit

Mineral Waters: Lemon, Orange & Lime, Orange & Mango, Sparking Mineral Water, Apple & Pink Grapefruit, Lemon & Lime, Orange & Passionfruit, Natural Mineral Water

Traditional Soft Drinks: Red Cream Soda, Brown Cream Soda, Raspberry, Sarsaparilla, Pink Lemonade, Lime, Ginger Beer, Fruit Tingler, and Fairy Floss

Cordials: Raspberry Cordial, Lemon Cordial, Lime Cordial [2]

Also produced by Schweppes Australia is a classic clear lemonade, Passiona, a passion-fruit flavoured soft drink, and Solo, a lemon flavoured "pub squash" style soft drink.

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  1. ^ "Cadbury in Australia". Retrieved 2010-12-21. 

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