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1911–1921 1921–1927 1927–1929 1929–1938 1938–1955 1955–1973, 1955–present (Mexico) 1973–1981
1911–1921 1921–1927 1927–1929 1929–1938 1938–1955 1955–1973, 1955–present (Mexico) 1973–1981
1981–1990 1990–2000, 1990–present (glass bottles) 2000–2007, 2000–present (Chile and Guatemala) 2007–2017 2017–2021 2021–present
1981–1990 1990–2000, 1990–present (glass bottles) 2000–2007, 2000–present (Chile and Guatemala) 2007–2017 2017–2021 2021–present

1911–1922

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1922–1927

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1927–1929

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1929–1938

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1938–1955

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1955–1973, 1955–present (Mexico)

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Still used on glass bottles in Mexico.

1973–1981

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1981–2000

1981–1990

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1990–2000, 1990–present (glass bottles)

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This logo is still used on glass bottles.

2000–2021

2000–2007, 2000–present (Chile and Guatemala)

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The word "orange" is still used in Chile and Guatemala.

2007–2017

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2017–2021

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2021–present

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