FIZZY drink fans can be very protective of their favourite brands.
Fanta is one of the most popular sodas out there, but it can be pretty pricey.
The cheapest we found for the two litre bottle of the Coca-Cola-owned brand was at Morrisons, where it will set you back £1.99.
Luckily for those of us who are partial to a fizzy drink, almost every supermarket does its own bargain version of Fanta.
I put the dupes to the test to see if the knock-off versions tasted as good.
I gave each one a score out of 10 for taste and price – here are the results.
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You can't really go wrong with an original Fanta – it's a classic drink that's both refreshing and delicious.
It holds its fizz and is very refreshing to drink both on its own and as a mixer.
While I do think Fanta's taste is hard to beat, it's hard to ignore just how much it costs these days.
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- TASTE: 10/10
- PRICE: 5/10
- TOTAL SCORE: 15/20