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Gini (soft drink)

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Gini (soft drink)

Gini is a French lemon soft drink created in 1971 by Perrier and which was purchased by Cadbury Schweppes in 1989. In 2008 Cadbury Schweppes spun off its soft drink division which became Dr Pepper Snapple Group that same year.

It is well known in France, where its slogan is "La plus chaude des boissons froides" (i.e. "The hottest of cold drinks").

The spokeswoman of Gini is Clara Morgane.


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