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Campa cola is a brand of cola drink brand in India. It was closed down in 2000 but again got revived in 2003. .

Campa Cola was created by the Pure Drinks Group Pvt. Ltd. in the 1970's. The company was credited with bringing Coca-Cola to India in 1949 and were the sole manufacturers and distributors of Coca Cola in India. But in 1970's, Coke was asked to leave India. As a result, the company came up with their own soft drink product called campa-cola. Not until 1991, when the then finance minister Dr. Manmohan Singh opened up the economy and let the door open for the big players like coke and pepsi, campa cola was a market leader in many regions of the country.

The Pure Drinks group was founded by Padam Shri Sardar Mohan Singh. After his death the company was run by his two sons Sardar Daljit Singh and Sardar Charanjit Singh. Nowadays, it is run by the sons of Sardar Charanjit Singh, namely Sardars Ajit Singh and Satwant Singh. Apart from soft drinks, the group is also into telecommunications, real estate, construction as well as hotels.

After being out of the market for many years, the Campa Cola brand was again launched in the Indian market in 2003 by Satya Beverages and Distilleries Ltd who took over the franchise. Though now there are international players like coca cola and pepsi, Campa Cola still has an appeal among the consumers.

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