Food of the Seventies, Exchange Juice Can

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A Little Can with a picture of oranges or purple grapes. It contained concentrated orange syrup or grape syrup that you mixed with chilled water. So delicious. The orangeade flavor was my favorite.
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Hello - December 08, 2010 - Report this comment
I really love the song... The Exchange! goes down, down, down, and around, round, round ect. Im really interested, so post links & stuff... I CANT FIND ANYTHING! It's EXTINCT! :(
Paul - December 22, 2010 - Report this comment
My wife's family was in one of the commercials for the drink, I am looking for pictures.
norine - July 23, 2011 - Report this comment
Exchange juice was popular in Hawaii; growing up that's the juice we'd buy ONLY when it was ON SALE at the market. The song is based on "round and round" by Perry Como it has the same tune and beat. I remember the cartoon commerical and the "termites" a young ukulele group in Hawaii back in the 70's use to play the Exchange juice song and it was a HIT!
From Hawaii - July 24, 2012 - Report this comment
The exchange goes round and round and down down down to your tum tum tum makes your mind think yum yum yum the orangeade called exchange
Lavina - August 21, 2012 - Report this comment
The good old days with Exchange Orange juice. I remember mixing it with 5 cans of water, I think.
Dodge - October 22, 2012 - Report this comment
I do remember the Exchange commercials. What I remember the most though was going to a relatives home and my cousins using empty Exchange cans with the bottoms and tops removed and being used as hair curlers. Michael Ganab who was a little kid back then was in a ukulele group called the Termites who I believe was put together by Ohta San, played the Exchange song in a commercial.
alfreda - February 10, 2013 - Report this comment
I wish still had that juice
Hawaii76 - March 01, 2013 - Report this comment
I remember this commercial! We figured out how to play the song on our Ukes. It used to come on during Checkers and Abercrom... er Pogo.
Kathleen - May 30, 2013 - Report this comment
Miss that juice and the grape juice that was in the small white can. Anyone know why they went out of business?
toby - July 30, 2013 - Report this comment
Was feeling nostalgic and stumbled upon this thread while googling Exchange Orange & Grapeade... @Dodge I grew up in Waipahu and went to Honowai w/Michael Ganab who was a year younger than me and also went by the name of James, never was sure what his first name really was but he was a good friend and yes he was one of Herb Ohta's Termites; extremely gifted musically and athletically, good looking, great personality and an even greater demeanor - not sure what became of him but I was living in CA in the late 90's and saw his obituary in the Honolulu Advertiser. One of the good one's gone too soon.
Oahu65 - November 07, 2013 - Report this comment
I can pick the first part of the tune on my ukulele. It was one of the few that I remembered growing up on O'ahu that I can play. Does anyone have a link to the song?
A Beck - November 26, 2013 - Report this comment
Funny! I'm not the only one haunted by this commercial. I used to beg for it in the store. My dad would try meeting me half way by buying Malolo syrup. But its not the same! Malolo doesn't go down,down,down,in your tum,tum,tum!
Earthlostangel - March 20, 2014 - Report this comment
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briana ganab - November 25, 2014 - Report this comment
My father james michael "mikey" ganab sang this song , he was the best father and had the greatest heart, unfortunately he passed away in 2005, he was only 41, i still have all of his old recordings, he had a son richard carl hight and a daughter briana michelle ganab. Reading these post makes me so happy to hear how much people remember my dad, truly the most loving person with the utmost giving heart! thank you all for sharing this, it means the world to me =)
Katherine Leigh - May 24, 2015 - Report this comment
Hated it! Exchange made my hair curl. It was so salty and bitter it burned sores in my mouth, I'm not kidding! In elementary school they had a jelled dessert flavored with Exchange, or some other devilishly vile crap! It wasn't until I left the islands in 1983 that I learned what orange juice should taste like. Katrin's husband

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