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Dr. Enuf’s origins date back to 1949, when a Chicago businessman named William Mark Swartz was urged by coworkers to formulate a soft drink fortified with vitamins as an alternative to sugar sodas full of empty calories. He developed an "energy booster" drink containing B vitamins, caffeine and cane sugar. After placing a notice in a trade magazine seeking a bottler, he formed a partnership with Charles Gordon of Tri-Cities Beverage to produce and distribute the soda.

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16 Two-Ingredient Cocktails Anyone Can Make

16 Two-Ingredient Cocktails Anyone Can Make. PEOPLE, this is the way to enjoy a nice drink. Lots of good, classic drinks in here, but all completely un-fussy and streamlined. I dig.

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Sugar Biscuits

Sugar Biscuits ~ soft, sweet biscuits dipped in a vanilla glaze, which seals in the moisture of the biscuits...perfect baby shower or brunch item | ThePioneerWoman.com

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Limca, Indian Lemon-Lime Soda

Limca - Indian lemon-line soda drink

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Mountain Dew – Carbonated Soft Drink

Mountain Dew is a citrus-flavored carbonated soft drink brand produced and owned by PepsiCo. The original formula was invented in the 1940s by two Tennessee beverage bottlers, Barney and Ally Hartman, and was first marketed in Marion, VA, Knoxville and Johnson City, Tennessee. A revised formula was created by Bill Bridgforth in 1958. The Mountain Dew brand and production rights were acquired by the Pepsi-Cola company in 1964, at which point its distribution expanded more widely across the US

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Homemade Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon Pop-Tarts

Homemade Brown Sugar Cinnamon Pop-Tarts. 100% from scratch. The frosting "sets" after an hour making them identical to the originals.

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La Casera Traditional Spanish Soft Drink

La Casera is a traditional Spanish brand of soda. It is one of the most popular soft drinks in Spain. It is a sweet fizzy drink known in Spanish-speaking countries as gaseosa. It can be served as a regular soda, although it is also customary to mix it with wine, receiving the name of "Tinto de Verano", or beer, being called a Clara or Rubia. La Casera is also used to prepare the typical sangria.

A Coca-Cola Fargo, North Dakota clear embossed glass soda bottle, circa 1920s to 1930s, 7 oz [diamond pattern embossed Coca-Cola Bottling Company].

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Crush – Soft Drinks

Crush – Soft Drinks

World of Coca-Cola, a pharmacist developed the soft drink back in 1886 – originally as a medicine – but it didn’t become a big-scale operation until 1899. Though it had been sold at soda fountains starting in 1894, it took several years before mass bottling was actually possible.

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Vintage AMBER Coca Cola Soda Pop 6 Oz Bottle

Vintage amber coke bottle