Floridas Natural Lemonade Blackberry 59oz

Product Description Snapple is a brand of tea and juice drinks which is owned by Dr pepper snapple group and based in Pplano, texas. The company (and brand), which was originally known as unadulterated food products, was founded in 1972. From the Manufacturer view larger I want a delicious and refreshing lemonade. One more wish, genie! Make it pink! Tart and tangy, sweet Snapple Pink Lemonade. Made from the Best Stuff on Earth. Ingredients: Filtered Water, Sugar, Citric Acid, Lemon Juice Concentrate, Acacia Gum, Salt, Natural Flavors, Vegetable & Fruit Juice Concentrates (For Color), Soy Lecithin Nutrition Facts for 16FL oz : Calories 210 Total Fat 0 g 0%DV Sodium 85 mg 4%DV Total Carbohydrates 50 g 17%DV Sugar 49 g Protein 0 g Brand History view larger 1972 The childhood think-tank troika of Leonard Marsh, Hyman Golden, and Arnold Greenberg hold up a fruit basket and see a future of delicious All-Natural refreshment. They create the Unadulterated Fruit Company, selling the first Snapple beverages to health food stores in New York City. view larger 1987 Major beverage and technological revolutions occur with the birth of the desktop computer and Snapple's Lemon Iced Tea. view larger 2000 Over a quarter century of Snapple refreshment rides into the new millennium, adding Super Premium Juices to the famous line-up that's Made from the Best Stuff on Earth. view larger 2002 People popping the cap are pleasantly surprised by the wealth of knowledge in a Snapple. Real Facts becomes a phenomenon amongst beverage enthusiasts worldwide. view larger 2007 Just when you thought the best couldn't get better, the Snapple gets a facelift and its formulas are refined to a tailored taste bud fit. 2012 Snapple's Diet Half 'n Half hits the market, bridging the gap between lemonade lovers and iced tea tastemakers. Riding a wave of diet beverage mania, Diet Half 'n Half delivers the goods all across America.

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