Fanta first introduced in Germany in 1940.
In 1995, the orange dot and leaf was changed into orange and green leaves.
1997–2009, 1997-present (Mexico, for 12 Ounce Glass Bottles)
1997–2005, 1997-present (Mexico, for 12 Ounce Glass Bottles)
In 1997, Fanta modified its logo and the font was changed. In 2000, the white background on the cans and bottles was changed to the colour background that matches each flavour.
In 2004, the Fanta logo was jazzed up.
In 2008, Coca-Cola unveiled this Fanta logo
2010–2016, 2010–present (some countries)
As of 2017, this logo was still used in the Americas, the Middle East and some countries. This logo is still used in some cans
This logo was introduced in 2016 in parts of Europe. In 2017, the logo was rolled to other parts of the world.
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