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May 24, 2003 06:32 AM

Pineapple Tang

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Does anyone know where I could find pineapple flavored Tang. Apparently this is available outside of the US, but isn't sold here. Any website that it can be ordered from? Thanks in advance for your help.

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  1., doesn't sell Pineapple Tang, but they do sell Orange-Pineapple Tang.

    I also found a filipino site that sells Pomelo and Guyabuno Tang mixes. Here's the link:


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    1. re: Nancy Berry

      Thanks for the help. I'm ordering now.

    2. I'm wondering if this could be any good. I once bought a bottle of pineapple-flavored soda pop which was horrible.

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      1. re: Sharuf

        I've never tried it. I suppose I'll have to let y'all know once I've got some.

      2. I used to see it at some latin american groceries here in DC (haven't really looked lately, but I will). I've also seen mango tang (sometimes with arabic writing on it), which I love...

        1. If all else fails, I can get it here (Central Mexico) and send it up to you, if you're willing to pay the shipping.

          The other thing that's available here is CLIGHT...this is, I suppose, analogous to Stateside Crystal Light, which in the past I swore would never pass these houndishly snobbish lips. Little did I know, as I sucked up 'gourmet' sodas in the USA, what was awaiting me in Mexico. Down here, the CLIGHT flavors are incredible: mango, mango-pineapple, pear, orange-pineapple, passionfruit, wild strawberry (plain or combined with coconut), tamarind, piƱa colada, jamaica (hibiscus flower) et cetera. An envelope of the stuff costs a third as much as a bottled soft drink and surely isn't any worse for you than a soda.

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          1. re: Cristina


            I haven't had any luck finding the pure pineapple stuff (lots of help below with other flavors, but not pineapple). So, yes... I'd really appreciate if you could ship me a few canisters. My email is Let me know how much the shipping will cost, and how to send you the money.

            Thanks again.

            1. re: gm_928

              Tang isn't sold in cannisters here; it's sold in small envelopes. Let me hunt some down and I'll let you know via email what the shipping cost is. I believe each packet (makes 1.5 liters) costs around 50 cents US.

              1. re: Cristina

                Thanks a million. With those small packets, I'll be needing quite a few (maybe 30 or so?). I'd be happy to send the money in advance. Just let me know by email. And thanks again.

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