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MUJI Breaks Into the Soda Industry With Mango Soda and More

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The retailer aims to create ‘simple, low-cost, good quality products’ for consumers
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MUJI has multiple locations in the U.S., including ones in New York City and California.

Japanese retailer MUJI is known for its wide variety of housewares and apparel, but has recently added a new product to its offerings: its own line of soda.

The beverage options include MUJI Cola and other flavors including peach, orange, mango, apple, and a more traditional lemon-lime, similar to Sprite, Hypebeast reported. According to the company website, the fruit-flavored beverages are all made with 100 percent fruit juice. The products come in 12-ounce bottles and range in price from 150 yen ($1.34) to 290 yen ($2.58).

Unfortunately, the soda — like most of MUJI’s snacks and beverages — is currently only available in Japan; perhaps the retailer’s large U.S. fan base will convince the company to bring them overseas sooner.

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