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Walmart confirms fan-favorite drink won’t return to stores – as customers say it was ‘one of the best’

WALMART has released some disappointing news for juice lovers.

The retailer has confirmed that it is not bringing back its Grapette grape soda.


Walmart released disappointing news for juice loversCredit: Getty
The retailer has announced that it is removing Grapette grape soda from its shelves


The retailer has announced that it is removing Grapette grape soda from its shelves1 credit

The sweet, carbonated drink was first produced in 1939 and has been a popular refreshment ever since.

Walmart took to its Twitter account to post the update.

“Hello. It appears Grapette grape soda has been discontinued,” the company wrote.

The department store ensured there were plenty of other similar products to choose from.

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“We carry other delicious brands of grape soda. Please click the link to check them out: https://walmrt.us/3ZStAdp,” they added.

But at least one customer was devastated by the news.

No disrespect, but Grapette is one of the best,” they tweeted in response.

They added that their local store’s offerings had nothing that could match the grape-flavored soda.

The store is the latest to refuse to bring back a favorite customer.

Dunkin’ Donuts recently revealed that the Thin Mint Flavor Swirl is gone for good.

“We appreciate your DD passion!” writes Dunkin’.

“We sometimes offer menu items for a limited time linked to key holidays, or as a seasonal offer!

“At this time we have no plans to bring back the Thin Mint Flavor Swirl, but we will be sure to pass on your feedback.”

He also dropped his beloved Dunkaccino earlier this week.


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