Food of the Eighties, Orangina
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Orangina. A supposed new nutritious type of soda. Its consumers were eurotypes at elite universities. Most of whom had never been to europe. It was a soda with "pulp" in it to make you feel as if you were drinking the actual fruit.
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HTP - June 21, 2007 - Report this comment
Hey I'm in the USA and traveled to Europe, and I really like this soda. It's basically carbonated orange juice. If I didn't want alcohol or water, it was either Orangina or Coke (in France at least), and I always chose Orangina. It's available in local grocery stores in the Southeast too.
chef j mil wi - April 24, 2008 - Report this comment
they serve them at rocky roccocos pizza they are bomb
Kepi - November 11, 2008 - Report this comment
I saw these at VONS/PAVILLIONS in So Cal.
Sharon - January 16, 2009 - Report this comment
Growing up in Belgium, we LOVED Orangina! Mmm.. never thought I would see it again, but I found that the Publix (and others) in Atlanta carried it! I practically horded it while I lived there, even brought some down to Florida for family! Reminds me of non-alcoholic Mimosas! :)
undiesinabundle - August 30, 2009 - Report this comment
i've only had this in france... i was not impressed... it threw me off with the pulp in it
MissP - January 18, 2014 - Report this comment
I still buy this from time to time at Trader Joe's. When I first tried it, I was about twelve and didn't like it. It probably wasn't sweet enough for me back then. Now, I love it.
Charlie - February 28, 2014 - Report this comment
This has been around forever in Europe. Came out in 1978 in North America under the name Orelia but switched back to Orangina in 1985.

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