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Discover the rich history of Orangina, a globally recognized beverage brand with roots in the Mediterranean. Born from a Spanish drink, it became a French favorite, selling over 300 million liters annually. Orangina's unique, round, orange-like bottle and its iconic blue background with a zest symbolize the enduring ties between Marseille and Algeria. Enjoy the natural, citrusy goodness of Orangina, a refreshing alternative to synthetic drinks.

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Orangina (24 x 0,33 Liter cans BE)

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Orangina, a refreshing citrus beverage, is a delightful blend of orange, lemon, and grapefruit flavors, lightly carbonated for a unique taste sensation. Packaged in a…

What is the origin of Orangina?

Orangina originated from a Spanish beverage called Naranjina, a drink made from orange juice and pulp, created by a Spanish pharmacist, Dr. Trigon. The brand and concept were bought by Léon Beton, who launched it in Algeria under the name Orangina.

What makes Orangina different from other soft drinks?

Orangina is a natural beverage made from orange juice, pasteurized, and does not contain citric acid or coloring. This sets it apart from synthetic beverages. The brand also has a unique round bottle design that resembles an orange.

What are the different flavors of Orangina available?

Orangina is a natural beverage made from orange juice, pasteurized, and does not contain citric acid or coloring. This sets it apart from synthetic beverages. The brand also has a unique round bottle design that resembles an orange.