One of the tiny joys of travelling is visiting the local supermarket. Which foods do you have in common? Which ones are unique to the local region? And which ones have been tweaked ever so slightly to capture the essence of the country you’re visiting?
These little differences are often at their quirkiest in the realm of food and beverage. Here we take a look at some of the flavours the global
From Europe with love: Sprite with Cucumber
Sprite is one beverage that the technical team at
During Russia’s summer months, it’s not uncommon for cafes and restaurants to add a slice of cucumber to a glass of water or a cup of lemonade, in the same way you might add a slice of lemon.
Made in the USA:
It’s not surprising that a country as vast and multicultural as the USA has an array of flavour profiles that span its fifty states, from the Cajun barbeques of the deep South to the pastrami-packed delis of New York.
But it’s one of the country’s most famous fruits which inspired the new
Nestled just above Florida on America’s eastern coast, Georgia’s temperate climate is renowned for producing some of the world’s best peaches.
Asian Fusion: Fanta Lemon +C
Fanta is the second oldest brand of The
If you’ve visited Japan since March 2017, you may have noticed another flavour on the shelf - Fanta Lemon +C.
Yoshikazu Shimaoka, director of flavors and adult sparkling beverages at
Safari sensations: Sparletta
Beyond wildlife spotting, one of the great delights of visiting Africa is sampling local delicacies. The continent’s fare varies to such a degree between regions that it’s sometimes known as “rainbow cuisine” by foodies and culinary tourists.
But what you may not know is that The
Topping the list of the most popular drink in South Africa is Sparletta, which
So, what’s in store for 2018? You’ll have to watch this space.