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Coo-ee Soft Drink

FiestaST

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#1
What is your thoughts on this brand? I actually like pretty much all the flavours esp the Apple one. It's great value & has good availability in the KZN region but I've never seen it in WC.

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Randhir

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#3
Never tried it, but it's popular with Indians due to the price, and Muslims because of Amla.. I think.
 

Docksider

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#4
Cooee is owned by a family member of mine. They bottling plant is in Isipingo, South of Durban. They have a very large operation going on. They were approached by coke to sell the company for a good few hundred million but declined. They now have the rights to bottle Pepsi for South Africa...........
 

FiestaST

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Cooee is owned by a family member of mine. They bottling plant is in Isipingo, South of Durban. They have a very large operation going on. They were approached by coke to sell the company for a good few hundred million but declined. They now have the rights to bottle Pepsi for South Africa...........
Aha interesting. Thanks.
 

*SynergyX*

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#11
whats in this stuff... is the ingredient profile similar to coca cola?

edit : their website lacks transparency on the ingredients/ nutritional info
 
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Dont they have this in WC any longer? I remember as a child my grandparents bought the 300ml 24 bottle crate of a truck that came by on Saturdays.
 

FiestaST

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Dont they have this in WC any longer? I remember as a child my grandparents bought the 300ml 24 bottle crate of a truck that came by on Saturdays.
I stand under possible correction but I'm pretty sure you are referring to Bashews. That is a Cape Town classic.
 
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