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Green Spot
TypeOrange drink
ManufacturerGreen Spot Inc.
Country of originUnited States
Introduced1934; 88 years ago (1934)
A Green Spot bottle in Venezuela.
A Green Spot bottle in Venezuela.

Green Spot is a non-carbonated, non-caffeinated orange-based soft drink that is sold in Venezuela, Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries.

It was developed in 1934 in the United States. It established operations in Thailand in 1954. While the brand is no longer popular in the United States, Green Spot is now focused on the Asian market.

Originally only available in bottles, Green Spot in Thailand is now also sold in a 325 ml can with carbonation.[citation needed]

Green Spot was once popular in Hong Kong, but it has since ceased to sell their bottle drinks and Tetra Pak boxes are sold in small quantities. The soft drink was for sale in The Netherlands as well. In 1962, the Dutch artist Wim T. Schippers emptied a bottle in the sea near Petten. He managed to make it an international news item.

In popular culture

A major character orders it in California in Get Shorty (Season 2).