Mountain Dew was launched in 1948, and was originally created in 1940 by Tennessee beverage bottlers Moses and Ally Hartman.
This logo is now used on Mountain Dew Throwback since 2009.
This logo was used on some Green Label Art bottles alongside with the 2005 logo, and was also used as the first Mountain Dew Throwback logo.
In 1991, the 1969 logo stretched vertically.
2005–present, 2005–present (Eurasia), 2005–2012 (Canada)
2009–present, 2016–present (Eurasia), 2012–present (Canada)
In 2009, Mountain Dew was relaunched as Mtn Dew in the United States. In Canada and some other countries, the product is still called Mountain Dew, with a similiar angular logo as the rebranded Mtn Dew.
"Mtn" is the abbreviation of "Mountain".
This logo was first used on Mountain Dew Dry Ginger (Japan Only), and then later test marketed in America during the year 1991.
This logo was used in a test run in the Chicagoland area, but received negative reviews. The criticism mostly surrounds the design, looking like a more genericised product.
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