Tango has changed its sugar-free Orange recipe and is launching TWO new flavours

TANGO has changed the recipe of its sugar-free Orange drink to make it taste more like the original flavour.

Drinks giant Britvic is also launching two new flavours without sugar – strawberry and watermelon and tropical.

They come with recommended retail prices (RRP) of 67p for a 33cl can, £1.39 for a 500ml bottle and £2.29 for a two-litre bottle.

A spokesperson for Britvic told The Sun that the main recipe difference is that the "sensory profile" now matches the original Orange more closely.

Tango Orange will remain the same in flavour, while the packaging will get a re-design.

Ray Patterson, brand director of Tango's owner Britvic, said: "Tango has a big personality and we’ve always been bold with our humour and tone.

"The unique tangy flavour of Tango can now be enjoyed within delicious Strawberry & Watermelon and Tropical sugar free variants."

Britvic first launched sugar-free Tango Orange in 2015.

In recent years, a sugar tax for fizzy and soft drinks has prompted lots of big brands to change their recipes.

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