SINALCO is a non-alcoholic soft drink company founded in Germany in 1902 and whose products are sold in more than 40 countries.

In 1902, the German scientist Friedrich Edward Bells invented the Bells solution, and soon he began marketing it, and then a competition was created to choose a brand name for this product, and the name sinalco, derived from the Latin term (sine alcohole), which means "alcohol-free" was registered. Sinalco logo with red circle as a trademark in 1937 AD, Sinalco products are sold worldwide, especially in South America and the Middle East. Sinalco is one of the oldest soft drink companies in Europe