Here are the brands that will be affected

By Chris Morris
Updated January 29, 2018
Photograph by Ramin Talaie — Bloomberg/Getty Images

The company that popularized coffee pods now owns a piece of Margaritaville.

The merger of Dr Pepper Snapple and Keurig Green Mountain, announced Monday, will create a new giant in the food and beverage industry—but there’s a lot more to the deal than the marquee brands that spring to mind when you hear the company names.

Dr Pepper Snapple has extensive holdings of smaller, but still very familiar brands, including the Margaritaville mixers. (Jimmy Buffett still owns the rights to the name itself and other Margaritaville holdings.) Other properties include a popular root beer and an apple juice/applesauce manufacturer.

Here’s a deeper look at some of the brands the new combined company will control:

  • 7 Up (United States only)
  • A&W Root Beer
  • Big Red
  • Cactus Cooler
  • Canada Dry (North America)
  • Clamato
  • Crush
  • Dejà Blue Water
  • Diet Rite
  • Dr Pepper
  • Hawaiian Punch
  • Hires Root Beer
  • IBC Root Beer
  • Margaritaville
  • Mistic
  • Mott’s
  • Mr & Mrs T
  • Nantucket Nectars
  • Nehi
  • Orangina (North America only)
  • Peñafiel
  • RC Cola (North America only)
  • ReaLemon
  • ReaLime
  • Rose’s
  • Schweppes
  • Snapple
  • Squirt
  • Stewart’s Fountain Classics
  • Sun Drop
  • Sunkist (manufactured under license)
  • Tahitian Treat
  • Venom Energy
  • Vernors
  • Yoo-hoo
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