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The pop that just won't stop

Revived 1970s mainstay Pic-a-Pop survived two shutdowns and remains a made-in-Manitoba success

Michael Nykorak, the plant manager at Canadian Gold Beverages, with a stack of Pic-a-Pop. Canadian Gold uses the original formulas to produce classic Pic-a-Pop flavours. (Jesse Boily / Winnipeg Free Press)</p>

Michael Nykorak, the plant manager at Canadian Gold Beverages, with a stack of Pic-a-Pop. Canadian Gold uses the original formulas to produce classic Pic-a-Pop flavours. (Jesse Boily / Winnipeg Free Press)

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