The Squirt that had limited reach

Doonar, Joanna
June 2004
Brand Strategy;Jun2004, Issue 183, p8
Trade Publication
Features Squirt, a brand of citrus soft drink. Citation of the lack of popularity of grapefruit flavor; Popularity of the drink from 1982-1984; Acquisition of the brand by Dr. Pepper/Seven Up Inc.


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