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CLIPPER: It emerged in 1956 in a garage in Garden City (Las Palmas), at the mercy of the first phase of economic modernization in the Canaries. Their survival today is because initially the production of beverages was easier to import Islands by boat, which came thanks to brands such as Baya-Baya or Nik. Over the years, large soft drink companies own factories established in the archipelago, where the whole mixture was made or, as in the case of Coca-Cola, was imported molasses and mix and adding water in the Islands carbonated.
Then, with the increase in freight traffic at ports of Light and Holy Cross, the big brands succeeded in imposing their lemon and orange soda, displacing Canary brands. However, despite the dominance of Coca-Cola and Pepsi between cola and Fanta, Mirinda and Schweppes among orange and lemon, never had a drink that would overshadow the taste of strawberry. Clipper remained with that flavor in the market, although their other flavors came to disappear momentarily.
Years later, Clipper resurfaced during the 80 strength, touted as a representative product of the Canaries. This led him to regain his range of lemon and orange flavors (almost like the original flavor) and then launching a new flavor of apples.