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Jean-Claude Beton was a businessman from Boufarik, French Algeria. In 1935 his father Léon acquired the recipe for a little known orange drink called Naranjina from a Spanish pharmacist. The Betons improved the recipe adding sparkling water and changing flavourings, and renamed it Orangina. After World War II, the drink became popular around French North Africa, using oranges grown around Boufarik, and later Orangina took off in Metropolitan France and around the world.


Boufarik, Algeria

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