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American Soft Drinks: Moxie, Jolt Cola, Grapico, Jones Soda, Hansen Natural, Grapette, Apple Cider, Tang, Faygo, Shasta, Kool-Aid, Double Co Source Wikipedia

American Soft Drinks: Moxie, Jolt Cola, Grapico, Jones Soda, Hansen Natural, Grapette, Apple Cider, Tang, Faygo, Shasta, Kool-Aid, Double Co

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Published August 17th 2011
ISBN : 9781156681947
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56 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 54. Chapters: Moxie, Jolt Cola, Grapico, Jones Soda, Hansen Natural, Grapette, Apple cider, Tang, Faygo, Shasta,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 54. Chapters: Moxie, Jolt Cola, Grapico, Jones Soda, Hansen Natural, Grapette, Apple cider, Tang, Faygo, Shasta, Kool-Aid, Double Cola, Bawls, Big Red, Crystal Light, A-Treat Bottling Company, Cheerwine, Ale-8-One, Arizona Beverage Company, White Rock Beverages, SunnyD, Twin Lights Soda, Polar Beverages, Nutrisoda, Reeds, Inc., Thomas Kemper, Dublin Dr Pepper, Fitzs, Vess, Ironport, Dr. Enuf, Natrona Bottling Company, Nesbitts, Fizzies, Towne Club, Tropical Fantasy, Boylan Bottling Company, Green River, Sams Choice, DnL, Ironbeer, Flavor Aid, Dr. Thunder, Kick, Frostop, Masons Root Beer, Cel-Ray, Dr. Browns, Foxon Park, Dr. Wells, Filberts Old Time Root Beer, Talking Rain, Materva, Cherikee Red, Funny Face Drink Mix, Catawissa Bottling Company, Squeezit, Celeste, Blenheim Ginger Ale, Red Rock, Frostie Root Beer, Hubba Bubba soda, Dr Pepper Snapple Bottling Group, Josta, Baron von Lemon, Mary Janes Relaxing Soda, Zevia Cola, Manhattan Special, Cactus Cooler, Tum-E Yummies, Bobs-Cola, Pennsylvania Dutch Birch Beer, Leading Edge Brands, Sioux City sarsaparilla, Dr. Nut. Excerpt: Grapico is a caffeine free, artificially flavored carbonated soft drink with a purple color and a grape taste that is sold in the Southeastern United States. When introduced in 1914, the product quickly became a success, which in part was due to implying that Grapico contained real grape juice even though it did not. In the spring of 1926, J. Grossmans Sons sold the Grapico business to New Orleans business Pan American Manufacturing Co. Pan American continued J. Grossmans Sons improper practice of implying that Grapico contained real grape juice and lost the right to use the word Grapico to designate their artificial grape drink in 1929. Although the J. Grossmans Sons line of the brand had ended, the Grapico brand continued on through Alabama ...