This premium Jarritos® Pineapple Soda (12.5 oz. bottles, 30 pk.) contains 100% natural sugar. Drinking this delicious soda will make you think you are in the tropics.
What Should I Know about Jarritos Pineapple Soda?
This bulk package is ideal for stocking your pantry at home, but also makes a good option for c-stores, lunchrooms and more. This package is reasonably offered at a wholesale price. This delicious soda is made in Mexico and is imported to the United States.
Does Jarritos Offer Other Flavors?
Jarritos makes nine bold and great tasting natural flavors; mandarin, strawberry, lime, tamarind, guava, grapefruit, fruit punch, Mexican cola and Jamaica, as well as the delicious pineapple. All sweet and tangy, you will want more than one sip of these natural flavors and they taste quite authentic. Jarritos Mexican soda is great to drink and enjoy on a hot summer day.
Highlights of Jarritos Pineapple Soda
If you are a soda lover, treat your taste buds with Jarritos Pineapple soda. Drinking this soda is instantly refreshing and is caffeine-free. Its sweet bold fruit taste and bright color will liven up fun times with family and friends. It comes in the perfect size for enjoying with meals, snacks, on the go or any time.
Jarritos Mexican soda contains less carbonation than the popular sodas that are sold in the United States. Jarritos Pineapple soda contains carbonated water, sugar, citric acid and a few other key ingredients that help bring its refreshing, tropical taste to life.
History Behind Jarritos Mexican Soda
Mexican drinks began with Aztec farmers when they made juices from fresh fruit. They were flavored with native Mexican grains, fruits, seeds and flowers. Today, carbonation has been added and an emphasis has been placed on the use of unrefined sugar, using real cane sugar instead of high-fructose corn syrup that is often found in other soda drinks.
Jarritos Company was Mexico's first national soft drink in 1950. It is the bestselling Mexican soft drink in the United States. This soda is a great choice when eating Mexican food. The word Jarrito comes from the Spanish word "little jug."