Where can I buy Nantucket Nectars?

Here is a list of small stores, airports, or cafes that are carrying Nantucket Nectars.

  • Mailbu Country Market.
  • Sesuit Harbor Cafe.
  • 603 Brewery.
  • Burlington International Airport.
  • Express Gourmet.
  • The Bagel Inn.
  • McDaffa’s.
  • Murray’s Bagels.

What happened to Nantucket Nectars?

Ocean Spray purchased an 80% stake in Nantucket Nectars in 1997 and then sold to London-based Cadbury Schweppes PLC in 2002. The brand is currently owned by Plano, TX-based Dr Pepper Snapple Group.

Are Nantucket Nectars 100% juice?

Nantucket Nectars Pressed Apple packs in big, crisp apple flavor and is 100% real juice.

Does Nantucket Nectar have pulp?

Made with 100% juice and all-natural flavors, this pulp-free drink provides a deliciously bold citrus taste to ensure a fresh, fulfilling flavor.

Is Nantucket Nectars owned by Snapple?

Today the brand is owned by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group and offers drinks in several different flavors.

Is Nantucket Nectars Organic?

Organic juice cocktail blend from concentrate with other natural flavors. All natural. USDA Organic.

Who own Nantucket Nectars?

the Dr Pepper Snapple Group
Eventually they began selling juice blends, which was originally inspired by a peach nectar Tom First had while on a visit to Spain. Today the brand is owned by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group and offers drinks in several different flavors.

How much did Ocean Spray pay for Nantucket Nectars?

about $70 million
Ocean Spray paid about $70 million for Nantucket Nectars in 1997, Ocean Spray spokesman Chris Phillips said.

Is Nantucket apple juice pasteurized?

No sugar added. No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Pasteurized.

Who bought Nantucket Nectar?

Cadbury Schweppes
British beverage giant Cadbury Schweppes is buying the Nantucket Nectars brand from Ocean Spray, the Lakeville-based grower’s cooperative whose signature product is cranberry juice.

What is Nantucket Nectars worth?

Today, they reign over a $60 million ”new age” juice-drink empire, Nantucket Nectars, a start-up that some people liken to the early days of Ben & Jerry’s. And in contrast to so many entrepreneurs who expound upon their savvy in achieving fortune and fame, Mr. First and Mr.