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Poland and the Juice

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Cardno85   May 9, 2009, 07:05pm /  #
I am with jojospacemunkey, cherry-apple is a beast.


McCoy   May 9, 2009, 07:05pm /  #
nice

( plus f-king fifth character just to be able to post this message)

polishcanuck   May 9, 2009, 07:19pm /  #
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"Fart - z naturalnych soków." I wonder if it's made from "naturalnych zapachów" (natural smells) too:)

piotr_au   Jul 4, 2009, 04:53pm /  #
Juice in Poland. Something unnatural comes to mind. They're all UHT, nothing fresh.
On the whole juices are not popular in Europe. In Australia you can buy a large OJ in Hungry Jacks (Burger King to the rest of the world) in Europe you can only buy from BK 200ml juices?What the f*ck!! I drank a variety of juices in Poland, but nothing beats Nippys fresh fruit juices from South Australia (a state of Australia).

Seanus   Jul 4, 2009, 05:08pm /  #
Bear in mind that they may be Cappy products which are not Polish but American as it is held by Coca Cola.

Poland doesn't have enough freshly-squeezed orange juice.


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