Throughout the 1970s, the company that owned Snapple was known as the Unadulterated Food Corporation, later becoming Snapple Beverage Corp.Growth and Expansion Cadbury Schweppes was formed in 1969 with the merger of Cadbury and Schweppes, and over the ensuing three decades the company amassed the third largest share of the North American beverage market through a series of strategic acquisitions.of San Francisco and Southeast-Atlantic Beverage Corp., Dr Pepper/7-Up Bottling Co. Our success is fueled by more than 50 brands that are synonymous with refreshment, fun and flavor. In addition to our flagship Dr Pepper and Snapple brands, our portfolio includes 7UP, A&W, Bai, Canada Dry, Clamato, Crush, Hawaiian Punch, IBC, Mott's, Mr & Mrs T mixers, Peñafiel, Rose's, Schweppes, Squirt and Sunkist soda.We have 7 of the top 10 non-cola soft drinks, and 9 of our 10 leading brands are No. Through years of acquisitions and mergers, not to mention in-house innovation, Dr Pepper Snapple Group has developed a diverse, flavorful brand portfolio and an integrated business model that uniquely positions us for success.In 1887, the now-familiar Spencerian script was first used within the logo.Compared to today's version, the script varied depending on its application, and the word "Trademark" also commonly appeared at the bottom of the wordmark's first letter "C".Great Britain, we offer more than 80 drinks across 20 different brands.
Soft drink ads were plentiful and even before seeing or owning the actual bottles, I was aware of the label and packaging designs, and how the designs changed from year to year.
I stopped being a collector and transitioned into a curator.
(That’s what I tell myself to justify the compulsion….) Fanta was originally developed by the Germans during WWII as a response to the bottling plants being cut off from official authorized Coca-Cola ingredients.
It was served at the drugstore where Alderton worked, and the first Dr Pepper fans asked for a "Waco." The oldest soft drink in the United States, it was later named Dr Pepper, according to legend, after Dr. Nearly 100 years later, three New York-area health food store owners created a unique apple soda they named Snapple.
They began selling the original Snapple in health clubs in 1973.
(When I was a kid, my dad also gave me an old Coca-Cola bottle that helped trigger what ended up being an collecting obsession.) After finding the vintage bottles in the Evanston garage, I set out to find examples of as many design and label variations as I could.