Pour More Fun and Refreshment with Tang!

It’s no secret that we Filipinos love our refreshing drinks. In the warmest of days, we always turn to our favorite refreshments to beat the heat! For us, an iced, refreshing drink to share with friends and family is the most satisfying. That’s why Tang has been a staple in countless Filipino homes for the past 46 years! We get more refreshment, enjoyment, and value from Tang!

Still the Best Refreshment

Tang is a well-loved household name because it has stayed committed in making life more refreshing each time it’s shared with family friends. A glass of Tang’s unbeatable fruit-flavored and refreshing taste is sure to quench everyone’s thirst!

Real Fruit Flavors

While everyone knows Tang started with just one flavor – it’s classic, Orange taste, – the brand continues to innovate and create new flavors for us to be refreshed in many different ways! Tang quenches your thirst in 16 different fruit flavors so you don’t have to settle for the same old carbonated drink. Made with real fruit extracts, you can be refreshed with tropical flavors like mango, pineapple, and dalandan. If you’re feeling more adventurous, make an iced-cold pitcher of Tang Pomelo, or Guyabano! You can also have a glass of the new Tang Mixed Berries – a wonderful fusion of grape, strawberry, and raspberry flavors which your family will surely love. Tang can definitely give you more by offering many delicious options for each day.

Vitamin Goodness

In addition to having all of these wonderful flavors to choose from, each serving of Tang is fortified with Fruit Power7*. Unlike carbonated soft drinks, a glass of Tang has vitamins A, B3, B6, Iron, and Folate to help meet your child’s daily nutrient needs, based on the 2002 Philippines Recommended Energy and Nutrients Intake (RENI). It also has Vitamin B2 and 100% Vitamin C, which helps boost the immune system. With Tang, kids ages 7-9 get more nutrients in every glass, giving more than just refreshment.

Value-filled Fun Family Times with Tang

Tang also helps you get the most out of life with its budget-friendly price point. With a suggested retail price of 16.45 pesos per liter pack, you can have a cool and refreshing treat that is enough for 5 full glasses as opposed to a solo-sized can of soft drink, which is only good for one person – that is almost the same price!

Tang will surely remain as the market leader in the powdered beverage category in the country. With its pledge of creating delicious flavors, developing budget-friendly servings, and infusing vitamins and minerals in every pack, Tang simply packs fruitier goodness for every Filipino family. With Tang, you get many refreshing possibilities and even more added value!

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*Fruit Power7: Tang is a source of Vitamins A, B3, B6, Folate and Iron and high source of Vitmains B2 and C. This is based on the 2002 Philippines Recommended Energy and Nutrients Intake (RENI) for kids 7-9 years old.

40 thoughts on “Pour More Fun and Refreshment with Tang!”

  1. I never knew they made Tang in different flavors! I am not really one for drinks like this but it sounds like an affordable party beverage.

  2. Yeah, this product has a lot of flavors nowadays compare to I was young when they only have orange and grapes… now they even have four seasons, soursop and more. This is a nice option for a drink.

  3. Tang was always a favorite drink when I was growing up. This post took me down memory lane.

  4. I have not had Tang since I was a kid!! This was really informative. i didn’t know they had a flavor other than orange!! Thanks for sharing. 🙂
    Kendra B

  5. I would love to try other Tang flavors too! My mom used to bake cakes and use Tang Orange for flavoring. It is a classic and I am glad it is still around for our kids (and grandkids) to enjoy!

  6. Tang has always been a favorite in our household. But since the train tax, we didn’t buy anymore and just become healthier with our choices. We opt for water or natural juices

  7. Tang has always been a favorite in our household. But since the train tax, we didn’t buy anymore and just become healthier with our choices. We opt for water or natural juices.

  8. How awesome that Tang now has more flavours to try. They look really good, definitely one to add to the grocery list.

  9. Tang is one of are family favorite juices and I am glad that now they are a lot of flavours to choose from. I will definitely try their new flavor on my next grocery.

  10. It’s been ages since I’ve drank Tang! I remember having it regularly when I was a kid, but then it disappeared from my country. It’s a really nice surprise to see that it still exists in some countries. I remember my favorite flavour used to be strawberry one.

  11. I’ve not tried Tang products yet – so your review was extremely helpful. I like the fact that they are inexpensive!

  12. Oh it has been forever I have had Tang! So, obv’ glad to bump into your post as i know they also offer other flavours these days!

  13. I don’t think I’ve had Tang since I was a kid. I didn’t realize they had other flavors or contained vitamins. Sounds like a great drink for families.

  14. I get to lay poolside, drinking margaritas, listening to my kids splashing thanks to the American soldier. And thanks to modern American Soldiers, one day, more people across the globe will celebrate their own independence day.

  15. Hey, that’s awesome! I haven’t had Tang since I was a kid. I need to go out and get some.

  16. Tang! What a throwback. I haven’t heard about it in years. Didn’t even realize they made so many different flavors. My grandpa was a big fan of the orange when I was a kid.

  17. Tang has been around for a long time and the orange flavor is a classic! But I forgot it was even made anymore- I never see ads or any mention of it here in the USA.

  18. I miss Tang! I was a fan as a child. I don’t like any meals without my orange flavored juice then.

  19. Always good to have some cold tang in the summer the kids love it.

  20. Wow this brings me back! I haven’t had Tang since I was a kid I had no idea they still made these haha so cool!

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