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Novamex , 500 West Overland, Suite 300, El Paso, TX 79901 Mexico
The Tamarind for this drink comes from Oaxaca in the south of Mexico. Tamarind provides shade for coffee plants and is part of Jarritos’ efforts toward sustainable farming.
Jarritos are the most popular soft drink in Mexico. They go through 30 million mandarins a year to produce this flagship product, all sourced from Veracruz or their own groves in...
Jarritos, meaning ‘little jugs’ in Spanish, as fruit drinks were traditionally served in stone jugs to keep them cool, exports 1,500 bottles every minutes.
With limes sourced from Colima, a southern area along the pacific in Mexico, Jarritos says this drink has real Mexican fruit flavour.
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