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Kool-Aid Drink Mix 500 Packets U Pick

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Item Details

Category
Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Brand
Kool-Aid
Form
Powder
Expiration Date
6/18
Food Specifications
Drink Mix

More details about this item

For sale is 500 packets you pick from my selection. Each packet makes 2 quarts. Just add cold water, ice, and 1 cup of sugar. All packets are dated 6/18 or beyond. Giving you plenty of time to Enjoy. Here is my list of flavors... Pineapple, mango, mixed berry, jamaica, grape, strawberry, lemon-lime, Watermelon, tropical punch, black cherry, lemonade, pink lemonade, orange, cherry, Cherry Limeade, Peach Mango, Blue Raspberry Lemonade, Strawberry Kiwi, Mandarina-Tangerine, Berry Cherry, Green Apple. Remember you can get any combination from my list that you want. I will send out a mixed variety if you do not let me know the variety that you would like. Kool-Aid was invented by Edwin Perkins and his wife Kitty in Hastings, Nebraska, United States. All of his experiments took place in his mother's kitchen.. Its predecessor was a liquid concentrate called Fruit Smack. To reduce shipping costs, in 1927, Perkins discovered a way to remove the liquid from Fruit Smack, leaving only a powder. This powder was named Kool-Aid. Perkins moved his production to Chicago in 1931 and Kool-Aid was sold to General Foods in 1953. Hastings still celebrates a yearly summer festival called Kool-Aid Days on the second weekend in August, in honor of their city's claim to fame. Kool Aid is known as Nebraska's "official soft drink".
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