Food of the Seventies, Fun Dip & Sun Dew

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Fun Dip was a powdered sugar candy in an evelope. There was a candy stick that you dipped into the powder and licked off the sugar - it had 2 flavors - I think cherry and grape. Sun Dew was a fruit drink that came in orange and grape - they came in individual 8 oz. containers.
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Tony Henry - May 13, 2009 - Report this comment
I spoke to a gentleman on the phone, He told he was from Broolyn also and that His Family started the Sun Dew drink com in East New York he works fo the personal alert company i forgot the name. I sure Loved those Sun Dews I with I could get the logo for my walls
Diane - March 24, 2010 - Report this comment
I loved those sundew drinks. It brings back memories of me coming home from school on a warm day and my mom telling me to change my uniform and run to the store and get 6 sundew drinks for the kids in my family. That was our treat! Loved it . I come from Park Slope Brooklyn
Kenny - July 14, 2010 - Report this comment
WOW Sun Dew rocked. All summer long, the ice cream trucks Steve and Jack in Pomonoc used to sell it. Hot sweaty, cold and refreshing. Thanks for the page!
Kenny - July 14, 2010 - Report this comment
WOW Sun Dew rocked. All summer long, the ice cream trucks Steve and Jack in Pomonoc used to sell it. Hot sweaty, cold and refreshing. Thanks for the page!
Kenny - July 14, 2010 - Report this comment
WOW Sun Dew rocked. All summer long, the ice cream trucks Steve and Jack in Pomonoc used to sell it. Hot sweaty, cold and refreshing. Thanks for the page!
Kenny - July 14, 2010 - Report this comment
WOW Sun Dew rocked. All summer long, the ice cream trucks Steve and Jack in Pomonoc used to sell it. Hot sweaty, cold and refreshing. Thanks for the page!
Kenny - July 14, 2010 - Report this comment
WOW Sun Dew rocked. All summer long, the ice cream trucks Steve and Jack in Pomonoc used to sell it. Hot sweaty, cold and refreshing. Thanks for the page!
Kenny - July 14, 2010 - Report this comment
WOW Sun Dew rocked. All summer long, the ice cream trucks Steve and Jack in Pomonoc used to sell it. Hot sweaty, cold and refreshing. Thanks for the page!
Kenny - July 14, 2010 - Report this comment
WOW Sun Dew rocked. All summer long, the ice cream trucks Steve and Jack in Pomonoc used to sell it. Hot sweaty, cold and refreshing. Thanks for the page!
Kenny - July 14, 2010 - Report this comment
WOW Sun Dew rocked. All summer long, the ice cream trucks Steve and Jack in Pomonoc used to sell it. Hot sweaty, cold and refreshing. Thanks for the page!
Kenny - July 14, 2010 - Report this comment
WOW Sun Dew rocked. All summer long, the ice cream trucks Steve and Jack in Pomonoc used to sell it. Hot sweaty, cold and refreshing. Thanks for the page!
Kenny - July 14, 2010 - Report this comment
WOW Sun Dew rocked. All summer long, the ice cream trucks Steve and Jack in Pomonoc used to sell it. Hot sweaty, cold and refreshing. Thanks for the page!
Kenny - July 14, 2010 - Report this comment
WOW Sun Dew rocked. All summer long, the ice cream trucks Steve and Jack in Pomonoc used to sell it. Hot sweaty, cold and refreshing. Thanks for the page!
Kenny - July 14, 2010 - Report this comment
WOW Sun Dew rocked. All summer long, the ice cream trucks Steve and Jack in Pomonoc used to sell it. Hot sweaty, cold and refreshing. Thanks for the page!
bklyn Joe - January 11, 2011 - Report this comment
Sun dew drinks were the best. They came in small plastic square containers. youn] pulled off the clear plastic and inside was a FLEXABLE STRAW now that was cool!!!!!
Steven - January 05, 2013 - Report this comment
Hello..does anyone remember Blairs? Blair and company drinks? From Brooklyn? Greenpoint Brooklyn
Frank Fox brooklyn - September 05, 2017 - Report this comment
Sundew orange drink was an orange drink in a conical waxed paper container with a metal rim and a waxed paper lid on top. It was first sold in the 1940s and stopped around the 1970s. It was manufactured in Queens NY. It was the best orange drink around. But not publicized as much as it should have been. We would go to the neighborhood pier for lunch with our mother and she would stop and get sandwiches and the Sundew drink. It was great. We even used the empty cones as home made phones by tying a string between them.
Lois - September 15, 2017 - Report this comment
LOVED SUN DEW ORANGE DRINK. TASTED LIKE NO OTHER. WISH THEY COULD BRING IT BACK NOW. THE WAX COATED PAPER SQUARE BOX MADE IT VERY UNIQUE. WOULD BE HAPPY JUST TO FIND A PHOTO OF THE BOX WITH THE CUTE SUN LOGO AND THE ROUND CLOSABLE LID ON-LINE. DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE THERE IS VISUAL PROOF OF THIS NECTAR?

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