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Where is BIGGA Drink from?

Where is BIGGA Drink from?

Bold, bubbly, colourful and effervescent – BIGGA Soft Drink is everything Jamaican. The product was the first locally made beverage that was developed by The Jamaica Drink Company – A subsidiary of The Wisynco Group Limited in 1996.

What is Bigga soda?

When we hear “BIGGA”, the term “Larger than life” comes to mind. Bold, bubbly, colourful and effervescent – BIGGA Soft Drink is everything Jamaican. Choose from Jamaica Kola, Grape, Apple, Pineapple, Pineapple Ginger, Ginger Beer, Cream Soda, Fruit Punch, Orange and Grapefruit.

Who owns BIGGA?

the Wisynco Group
Bigga is the flagship brand of the Wisynco Group, a leading Jamaican manufacturer and distributor.

What do they drink in Jamaica?

5 Things to Drink in Jamaica

  • Beer. Jamaica is synonymous with Red Stripe, the quintessential crisp lager.
  • Ginger Beer. “The Jamaican-made ones use cane sugar, not corn syrup, so they have a clean, natural flavor,” Schop says.
  • Rum.
  • Sorrel Tea.
  • Sea Cat Punch.

Where is Mirinda drink made?

Mirinda is a brand of soft drink originally created in Spain in 1959 and now owned by PepsiCo with global distribution. Its name may come from Esperanto, meaning “admirable” or “amazing”….Mirinda.

Owner PepsiCo
Country Spain
Introduced 1959
Related brands Fanta Pepsi Sunkist

Which soft drink is good for health?

1. Water. Hydrating, inexpensive and sugar-free: water is the best choice for drinking over the day. If you want to give it some flavour without adding sugar, try adding ice cubes and fresh mint or strips of cucumber.

Do Jamaicans not eat pork?

Jamaican cuisine and the Rastafarians Rastafarians do not eat pork. However, pork is a very popular dish in Jamaica. Stew pork and jerk pork are some of the most popular ways to prepare it. There are even some who believe in cooking with little or no salt, which is referred to as the ‘Ital’ way.