Pepsi Baobab is a limited-release cola for the Japanese market.
Pepsi is marketing it as "a cola with a liberating and refreshing flavour, taking as its motif the baobab tree that towers over the vast African  continent".
Baobab received EU novel foods approval in 2008.
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