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Joya (English: "jewel") is a brand of fruit sodas introduced in 1942 in Monterrey, Mexico by mineral water producers Cia.[1][2] Topo Chico (now a division of Embotelladoras Arca, the second largest Coca-Cola bottling group in Mexico) Joya was available only in the Mexican states of Nuevo Leon and the north of Tamaulipas; then, in 2004, Joya distribution started in Coahuila, and part of San Luis Potosí, and in 2005 in Sinaloa, Chihuahua and Baja California. In 2004 Joya was acquired by The Coca-Cola Company, and in 2006 Joya was introduced in Hidalgo, part of Morelos and part of Puebla .



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