Sorry I couldn't be of more help.If you know the product name. After reorganization, the company introduced the 12-ounce, 5-cent bottle of a complete family business that began in 1924 -- sweet history! Fresca was introduced in 1966 and quickly became one of the 60s most popular grapefruit-flavored soft drinks. There are varieties like Grape Crush and so on. In the 1960s, the appearance of vending machines, drive-in restaurants and dairy dessert stands meant that fewer drugstores and the like featured an “old-fashioned” soda fountain. Its earliest documented use is by the Olmecs of south central Mexico around 1100 BC. Chocolate Soldier was a drink that was manufactured in the 1950s and 1960s by Citrus Products Company in Illinois. Thanks for your help.Hi, I checked my resurces but could not find any information on that, sorry.Looking for a soda soft drink that existed in the Philadelphia PA. areacall Puerto Rico around 1955 to 1965. logo was Hi chico drink Puerto Rico This site SodaPopCraft.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. Can you shed any light on this?I've seen advertisements for Chocolate Crush but have not been able to find information or a timeline for it.Do they still make a ginger ale that wasin a clear 6 oz bottle remember drinking it when I was 10 last time I bought any I was 16 I lived in the south I'm 68 nowHi, Jesse, thank you and I'm sorry; I have no information on this. Non-carbonated soft drinks made up of water, honey, and lemon juice appeared in the late 1600s. Appreciated! I don't have specifics but Coca-Cola, NY was sued by a separate Coca-Cola Bottling business that had Sprite on the market -- one of them had to go!I think the chocolate pop from the 60’s in question was called Yoohoo.Hi, Brian, in Western New York in the mid to late '50s (at least), Black Rock Beverages (Hertel Avenue) put out a drink called "Black Rock." Apr 27, 2019 - Explore Pam's board "1960/70's sweets and chocolate in our house" on Pinterest. You may think of Pepsi as another soda brand, competing with Coca Cola and other big names in the market for sales of their popular cola. Although the name is quite different from Coca-Cola, Patio was still developed by Coke’s larger parent corporation as a secondary soft drink that you could consume with your friends if you were worried about your waistline. But although Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and Dr Pepper are all staples across the country, the smaller brands of soda tend to phase in and out of popularity. Due to its high amount of Veep was another lemon-lime soda pop and was produced all the way up until 1964. In 2007, the brand was sold to a subsidiary's subsidiary company of Coca Cola -- Cornucopia of Bedford, NH. The fizzy stuff now called “liquid candy" actually has a very long history.The earliest types of carbonated soft drinks were waters found in natural mineral springs. *Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc, or its affiliates. It wasn't until 1990 that the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act (from the USDA) came into effect, thus, unless a company released the data, the listing of ingredients (like caffeine) isn't readily available for products earlier than that. The parent company of Monroe Bottling Works released a variety of flavored beverages in the Buffalo and Western New York area; I could not find verification of the actual brand you're looking for, but it's possible that there was a drink called "Rocky's" in the Black Rock stable.I have a vague memory of a soda called ROCKY'S from western NY. It was popular in the '30s, '40s and '50s. I am surprised that Chocolate Soldier disappeared, given …

The name directly refers to the Spanish word for “fresh” and saw a lot of popularity since it wasn’t as sugary sweet as other grape sodas of the time. Supposedly, this brand is still in New Hampshire and Pennsylvania.There was a precursor to Jolt Cola (1985) in the late 1960s whose name I cannot recall, but it also had extra caffeine.