Do you remember...
What was more awesome than rockin’ a Squeezit in the lunch room? Squeezit was a fruity juice drink made by General Mills in 1986 and ran until 2001. The biggest draw to the Squeezit, was it’s unique plastic bottle that resembled a soda bottle. The bottle was made out of colored, transparent plastic that was easy to squeeze, allowing you to squirt the juice into your mouth, rather than drink it from a straw. Squeezits came in a variety of flavors including , Berry B. Wild, Silly Billy Strawberry, Grumpy Grape, Chucklin’ Cherry, Rockin’ Red Puncher, Mean Green Puncher, Troppi Tropical Punch and Smarty Arty Orange. Occasionally Squeezits would be available in MYSTERY FLAVORS! These mysterious entities came in a non-descript black bottle where you had to guess the flavor. There was also a limited edition Squeezit that came with colored pellets that let you change the color of the Squeezit juice. Probably not the healthiest of science experiments to test on children, but rad nonetheless.