Anthony Rossi begins by buying oranges from supermarkets and turning them into citrus gift boxes.
Company pioneers flash pasteurisation, an innovative method that raises the temperature of freshly squeezed orange juice quickly, extending the juice’s shelf life while maintaining its flavour
Tropicana begins manufacturing its own bottles, making it faster and easier to produce juice.
Tropicana’s Great White Train (eventually painted orange) makes its inaugural run to the Northeast, USA.
Tropicana launched in the UK and ROI.
Tropicana becomes part of PepsiCo, a move that unites the world's second-biggest beverage company with the largest producer of branded juices.
Tropicana Brands Group is established as a joint venture between PAI Partners and PepsiCo.
Tropicana celebrates 75 years of making orange juice.
Rossi develops a first-of-its-kind process to ship citrus fruits to the masses in glass containers.
Steamship Tropicana takes off, delivering 1.5M gallons of orange juice from Florida to New York every week.
Tropicana receives its first international order for 13,000 cases of Tropicana orange juice at the European Food Industry Trade Fair.
Tropicana introduces the iconic red and white straw in a commercial touting the pureness of the orange juice.
Tropicana facilities can process 1.7M gallons (2M bottles) of juice daily.
Tropicana introduces a diverse array of innovative juices, from lower-sugar juices to whole fruits and Tropicana Plus, all of which have contributed to building our successful and trusted brand, making it the most loved juice in the UK.
TBG continues the Tropicana spirit of innovation, launching ambient long life and kids juices, and introducing the ‘It’s THAT Juice’ creative platform, marking a triumphant comeback to the market.