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The Pepsi-Lipton Partnership has added five new flavours to its Lipton Original and Lipton Iced Tea lines.

All five varieties will be available in the US next month, the company said yesterday (30 March).

The company's flagship brand, Lipton Original Iced Tea, will see additions in the form of White Tea with Tangerine and Green Tea with Orange & Passion Fruit flavours. The two new versions join the existing varieties of Sweetened, Diet Sweet, Extra Sweet, Unsweetened, Lemon, Diet Lemon, Raspberry, Peach and Green Tea with Honey, for a total of 11 products in the Lipton Original lineup.

The Lipton Iced Tea range, meanwhile, will be complemented by Peach Iced Tea, Diet Peach Iced Tea and Diet Green Tea with Mixed Berry. The new teas join the present line of Iced Tea with Lemon, Diet Iced Tea with Lemon, Green Tea with Citrus, and Diet Green Tea with Citrus, extending the Lipton Iced Tea line to a total of seven products.

Lipton Iced Tea varieties are available in 16.9-oz 12-packs as well as single-serve 20-oz, 1-litre and 1.5-litre plastic bottles.

 


Sectors: Soft drinks

Companies: PepsiCo

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