Saskatoon Bottling Works

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Saskatoon Bottling Works

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[between 1905 and 1916?]


The Saskatoon Bottling Works was a soft drink manufacturing established by Percy T. Colbert, bottling and selling various "flavoured sodas and mineral waters of a non-intoxicating variety." The plant stood at 418 First Avenue South, near the corner of Spadina Crescent, in Saskatoon. By the 1920s, a company with that name was operating in Riversdale, and the Colbert's soft drink factory on First Avenue South was identified as Colbert & Co.


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Nov 29, 2022




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