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Vita Cola is a cola beverage produced in Germany. It started out in the German Democratic Republic. Introduced in 1957, it was advertised as Brauselimonade mit Frucht- und Kräutergeschmack (carbonated soft drink with fruit and herb flavouring), using a formula that is still kept secret (similar to Coca-Cola's "Merchandise 7X" formula). At its peak, Vita Cola was bottled in over 200 factories.
After the fall of the Berlin Wall and Iron Curtain in 1989, Vita Cola's business quickly collapsed as Western cola brands took its place. However, with the advent of Ostalgie (nostalgia among East Germans for the "old days"), many former GDR products were brought back, Vita Cola being one of the most popular. The company Thüringer Waldquell from Schmalkalden, Thuringia, secured the rights to the name and formula and began producing Vita Cola in 1994. For some time, Vita Cola sponsored FC Hansa Rostock, a football club from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Vita Cola has since then surpassed Pepsi Cola and is still regaining market share in the former East Germany.
Vita Cola's flavor is described as cola-like with a strong note of lemon and fruit flavoring. It is also noticeably less sweet than Afri-Cola, Coca-Cola or Pepsi, and has a slightly oily consistency due to its use of citrus and other aromatic oils in the formula.
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