South Africa (passion fruit/orange, limited edition)
Thailand (mango, limited edition)
Japan (watermelon, limited edition)
China (green apple, limited edition)
Jamaica (grapefruit, limited edition)
Spain (red orange, limited edition)
Hungary (elderflower, same taste as BodzaSokk)
Discontinued and retired editions
BodzaSokk (ElderflowerShock) (same as "Fanta Shokata" in Romania) (discontinued)
Kéxőlő /Kék szőlő (blue grape) (discontinued)
Szőlő (Grape, copy of the popular drink Traubisoda)
Lime (retired: 2004)
Exotic (various fruits, retired in the early 2000s)
Kivi Eper (Kiwi Strawberry)
Strawberry (imported in selected stores)
Fanta Soda Water bottle produced in Indonesia
As is common in Southeast Asia, the sugar content of these flavours is much higher than those of the rest of the world, giving the drinks quite a different taste from that of similar flavours elsewhere in the world.
Lemon (with 100% Vitamin C)
Fanta Icy Lemon can from Ireland
Grape (In some select stores that import it)
Strawberry (In some select stores that import it)
Mango and Passionfruit
Orange and Mango
Pineapple and Grapefruit
Aranciata Zero (Orange Zero) (Diet/Light)
Arancia Amara (Bitter Orange)
Arancia Rossa (Blood Orange)
Fragola & Kiwi (Strawberry & Kiwi) (Summer 2013)
Pompelmo Zero (Grapefruit Zero) (Diet/Light)
Icy Gusto Limone (Lemon)
Cassis(カシス) (Since 2009)
Melon(メロン) (Since 1988)
Funmix(ファンミックス) (Since 2010) - cola and orange blend similar to the Black Orange flavour available outside Japan in the 80's
On April 21, 2008 CocaCola put a new product on the market called Fanta FuruFuru Shaker (ファンタ ふるふるシェイカー?). It is provided in smaller cans (190ml and 235ml) and consists of two elements: "carbon acid" and a "jelly" substance. You have to shake the can, before drinking it. This product was aimed at teenagers and Fanta lovers, but the drink has become popular with salarymen. After a short run this product was discontinued and brought back for another short run in 2011. This product is once again out of production.
Shokata (elderflower, 2002, retired; reintroduced in spring 2009/seasonal, retired 2011)
In Rwanda, it is common to refer to all soft carbonated drinks as Fanta. Beverages which are not part of the Fanta range are also frequently preceded by the word Fanta, for example Fanta Coca for Coca-Cola, and Fanta Sprite.
Actual Fanta is available in the following flavours:
Fanta Black Orange, a combination of orange and cola sold in Sweden during the 1980s.
Orange (named Apelsin for several years)
Lemon (was discontinued for several years (first named Citron), but has returned in 2009)
Pineapple (first available as a 'Fanta World' edition)
Wildberries (was discontinued several years, but has returned in 2010)
Free Orange (Diet/light version)
Strawberry/Kiwi (limited edition)
Strawberry and Kiwi
Black Orange (Orange/Cola)
Freaky Fläder (Elderflower) (Same as Shokata in other countries, was given a 'funky' name at release)
Free Pineapple/Grapefruit (Diet version)
Free Red Berries (Diet version)
Free Apple/Pear (Diet version)
B'Good Berry Delight (Cranberry/Orange/Apple, with added Fibres)
B'Good Fruity Vita-Kick (Orange/Apple/Grapes/Lemon/Peach, with added Fibres)
Fanta world editions
Lactic White Grape Fanta in 600 mL (21 imp fl oz; 20 US fl oz) PET bottle in Taiwan.
Lactic White Grape
Vanilla Ice Cream
Peach and Apple
As common in the south east part of Asia, the sugar content of these flavours are much higher than in the rest of the world, giving the drinks a quite different taste compared to similar flavours around the rest of the world.
Grape (retired, returned 2010)
Red Soda (strawberry) - This flavour is now listed on the packaging. Before, it was just called red soda or nam dang (น้ำแดง - literally means red water). Red Fanta has been officially endorsed by the King of Thailand as one of his preferred drinks. Glasses and open bottles of red Fanta are often seen as offerings on the small altars displayed in most Thai homes and shops. They represent blood offerings in Thai animistic beliefs.
Green Soda (cream soda) - This flavour is not listed on the packaging. It is just called green soda or nam quiew (น้ำเขียว - literally means green water). The taste is very similar to a green jelly drink that is popular in Thailand and Southeast Asia.
Note: Orange, Icy Lemon, Fruit Twist, Zero Orange and Zero Icy Lemon contain artificial sweeteners. Raspberry and Passionfruit contains Stevia.
Orange - (came out in 1960s) Now with new taste.
Icy Lemon – (launched in the UK in 2001)
Fruit Twist – orange, peach and passionfruit (came out in 2002)
Red Fruits – apple, blackcurrant and raspberry (came out in 2011)
Mango and Passionfruit - Mango and Passion-fruit flavoured, released as a limited edition in 2012, became permanent in 2013.
Zero Orange – sugar-free Fanta Orange came out in the early 1990s as Diet Fanta, then Fanta Light Orange, then Fanta Z Orange and now Fanta Zero Orange
Zero Icy Lemon – sugar-free Fanta Icy Lemon, came out in 2003 as Fanta Light Icy Lemon, then Fanta Z Icy Lemon and now Fanta Zero Icy Lemon.
Peach And Apricot (released as a limited edition in 2013)
Raspberry and Passionfruit - Raspberry and Passion-fruit flavoured, released as a limited edition in early 2014. (Contains Stevia)
Discontinued and previous limited editions
Zero Summer Fruits – 2005-2008
Zero Apple – 2006-2007
Pink Grapefruit - 2005
Raspberry - 1995-1996
Apple - 1996?
Zesty Berry – 2003-2007, was Blackcurrant and Lemon flavoured
Apple Splash – 2004-2006, was apple, lime and kiwi fruit flavoured
Still Orange Citrus - came out in 2008, discontinued in 2009
Still Orange Tropical - came out in 2008, discontinued in 2009
Still Orange Tropical Zero - came out in 2008 as a zero edition of orange tropical, discontinued in 2009
Bloodshot Orange Eyeballs – 2008 and 2009, A Halloween edition of Fanta Orange.
Bloodshot Orange Eyeballs Zero – 2008 and 2009, A sugar-free Halloween edition of Fanta Orange
Fruit-Twisty Eels – 2008 and 2009, A Halloween edition of Fanta Fruit Twist (2008 plus 2009)
Fanta Beach – strawberry and kiwi, came out in 2011 but discontinued in 2012
Fanta Beach in a multipack can
Most Fanta flavours are only available in certain regions of the country, except for Orange, now available nationwide. For many years, Fanta could only be found in some areas as a fountain drink (often Fanta Root Beer and Fanta Ginger Ale or Fanta Orange). Fanta Pineapple, Strawberry, and Grape are available in many regions. Fanta Orange in America is not similar to the Fanta Orange available in Europe.
These versions are represented by the Fantanas in its advertising campaign. They are considered by Fanta as its main flavours:
Kolita (Technically not available as a purchasable drink in the United States. The Costa Rica-exclusive flavour can only be sampled in the tasting areas at the World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, Georgia and Club Cool in Epcot.)
Kiwi and Strawberry
Citrus (formally Citra; a grapefruit Fanta is now sold which is the same as Fanta citrus.)
Red Creme Soda (still available in the Bahamas, see above)
Other flavour listings from Coca-Cola's website
Aloe Vera Muscat
Apple Lime Melon
Banana Fermented Milk
Blackcurrant Blueberry Raspberry
Cranberry White Grape
Fruit Punch Orange
Grape Lime Strawberry
Grapefruit Lemon Lime
Lemon Lime Mint
Mandarin Orange Mint
Melon Vanilla Cream
Mint Raspberry Strawberry
Raspberry Strawberry Vanilla Cream
Tropical Fruit Punch
Wild Berry Lemon
In Venezuela, Fanta has been renamed as Hit, and it is available in flavours: