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May 24, 2017 • By

Why Squeezit was a hit

The 1985 launch of Squeezit brought the fruit drink category to a whole new level for kids and parents alike.

The unbreakable, portable bottle was easy to freeze and fun to squeeze at lunch time and beyond.

And in 1992 the fruit drink bottles gained plenty of personality with the addition of character faces – like Smarty Arty Orange, Grumpy Grape and Chuckling Cherry.

The friendly fruit drinks were discontinued in 2001, but fans still share their love of the drink through nostalgic posts on social media.

Jessica Faucher, our archivist, joins Katie Gamache from our Archives team to chat about the fruity favorite in the second episode of our “Inside the General Mills Archives” video series.

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