Food of the Seventies, Welch's Grape Soda

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The can had two push in "buttons" on top one small (push first) then the big one you drink through.
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Olympianbabe - March 21, 2009 - Report this comment
I saw one of my friends drinking this soda at school once. I gotta buy some!
Rob Lambert - December 20, 2014 - Report this comment
Welch's sort of pioneered the push-top can, so drinkers wouldn't just throw the tab on the ground to reduce littering. Also, from 1973, Welch jelly and jam jars with Archie cartoons glazed on (five different), similar to the Flintstone series from 1966.
Rob Lambert - October 25, 2015 - Report this comment
Welch Grape Company began around 1870, now owned by Dr. Pepper. Grape soda was first marketed in 1974. From the prime time cartoon vault: A complete "Flintstones" episode over ABC (3/4/65) with sponsor tags with Fred, plus commercials for Welchade and Welch's Jelly with Fred, Wilma and Pebbles. Welch's ran fewer commercials in the final season (1965-66) of "Flintstones" after ABC announced that the show would be cancelled.

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