Food of the Seventies, Hi-c Cans

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I remember when Hi-C came in cans that Mom had to use the can opener to pop triangular holes in to be able to pour. They had orange, grape, and I think lime..
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melissa - May 10, 2008 - Report this comment
ahhhh, I can hear the can opening now.....don't forget to put the extra little hole on the opposite side to ease the pour!!!
clynk - August 01, 2008 - Report this comment
I still remember the graphics on the label. There was a giraffe with a bunch of kids. There is nothing like juice from a can!
Liz - January 14, 2009 - Report this comment
Later, they took off the giraff and just had the kids!
Paul M - February 13, 2009 - Report this comment
Yes, but it was'nt lime. It was Citrus Cooler, and light green. Yeah I remember the cans and the can opener, again, the good old days and fond memories.
Paul M - February 13, 2009 - Report this comment
The newer version of the Citrus Cooler flavor re-incarnated, no pun intended, as Ghostbusters Ecto-cooler. Because it was green.
Don - August 20, 2009 - Report this comment
On the back of the labels that were on the cans were pictures of "The Partridge Family". I had all the albums and this was my way of getting mini posters to put on my wall. I had the whole family but "Laurie" never made it to my wall. She was tucked under my pillow so I could be near her in my dreams. It was also the only drink my mom would let us drink besides Shasta sugar free sodas.
Jenna - January 24, 2010 - Report this comment
They also had peach and it was my absolute favorite drink as a kid. My mom would buy it because she hated to buy soda but I actually think there was more sugar in Hi-C.
Terri - March 11, 2010 - Report this comment
I'm from the Phila. area, and I could have sworn there was a Halloween seasonal juice in a can -- green like the citrus cooler -- called witches brew. Anyone remember this?
Diana - June 02, 2010 - Report this comment
I enjoyed drinking canned punch flavored Hi-C. It was so delicious and addictive.
Hauntedheadful - June 17, 2012 - Report this comment
I guess I'm drifting into 80's territory here, but I gotta say I LOVED Candy Apple Cooler.This flavor was released in a sealed can like in the 70's,so I guess it's kind of relevant.
Sharry - January 16, 2014 - Report this comment
Wild Berry, Cherry, Grape, Peach? YUM!! Hi-C was a staple in our house throughout the 70s. We had the larger cans and the smaller ones for my school lunches. I remember the commercial based on the song "High Hopes". ..."Oops there goes another orange ice, oops, there goes another cherry ice..." I miss canned drinks you had to puncture on both sides w/ that can opener.
Rob Lambert - November 13, 2016 - Report this comment
Hi-C has, since 1948, been a product of Minute Maid, Division of Coca Cola, only sold in the 46-ounce cans until the early 1990s, when other means of selling it were created. TV commercial with family enjoying Cherry drink. This aired on "Lost In Space" over CBS (1/26/66).

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