Sunkist Orange Soda (12 fl. oz., 24 pk.)
About this item
- Bold, tangy, orange taste
- Contains caffeine
- Enjoy Sunkist Soda anytime or mix with ice cream for delicious orange floats
Want some fun in the sun? Get it now with Sunkist Orange Soda.
What Makes Sunkist Orange Soda Unique?
Sunkist Soda beams with bold, sweet orange flavor, and you'll feel refreshed at the first taste. Drink a Sunkist Soda anytime—at home, at the office or on the go—or mix this refreshing orange soda with ice cream for delicious orange floats. Sunkist is the go-to orange soft drink for those who want a sweet, sparkling citrus splash. Unlike some other fruit-flavored drinks, Sunkist Orange Soda does contain caffeine.
Where Did Sunkist Get Its Name?
Before there was even an orange soda drink, there was the name Sunkist. More than a hundred years ago, citrus growers in California and Arizona instituted the Sunkist trademark. The name became a mark of freshness and premium flavor.
Sunkist Soda launched in 1979, being sold nationwide shortly afterward. From the very beginning, the drink evoked beachy- good times of fun in the sun. Drink some any time of year for an instant taste of summer.
Who Makes Sunkist Soda?
Sunkist Orange Soda is made by DPS (Dr. Pepper Snapple Group), a publicly traded company that was spun off Cadbury Schweppes Americas Beverages in 2008. Currently, DPS makes and markets more than 50 brands of carbonated soft drinks, juices, teas, mixers, waters and other premium beverages.
In addition to creating Sunkist, believed by fans to be the best orange soda, as well as Diet Sunkist Orange and dozens of other drinks, DPS focuses on five key areas of corporate social responsibility: environmental sustainability, health and wellness, philanthropy, workplace and ethical sourcing. This means reducing, reusing and recycling packaging materials; ensuring that high standards of safety and quality, as well as fair treatment, are followed for people throughout the supply chain, focusing on consumer health awareness and engaging in philanthropy.