Food of the Eighties, Capri Sun
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Tinfoil packaged drinks, a lot like drink boxes, only they don't have a cardboard outer package (and they're bigger too).
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Ally - May 07, 2014 - Report this comment
I remember these! I didn't like them very much they tasted like medicine at least I thought they did.
Tiffany - June 04, 2014 - Report this comment
They still sell this. they come 10 in a box
Rob Lambert - August 03, 2018 - Report this comment
Introduced in 1969, Capri Sun was a product of the German company known as WILD. Sold in pouches instead of wax paper containers. During the 1980s, several of the syndicated TV sitcoms regularly had Capri Sun as sponsor. One was Canadian-produced "Check It Out," the supermarket sitcom (1985-88) with Don Adams as store manager Howard Bannister, who struggled to bridge the gap between himself and his young (and less than respectful) employees. He found difficulty in accepting newer lifestyles and appearances (New Wave, Valley Girl, Punk Rockers and others). Occasionally, Adams employed his old "Get Smart" catch-phrases into dialogue. Another sitcom Capri Sun sponsored (along with Wrigley's Gum) was "Munsters Today" (1988-90) with John Schuck and Lee Merriwether as Herman and Lily Munster. Also cast was Hillary Van Dyke as teenage (not 20s) Marilyn, and Howard Morton as Grandpa. Easily, Schuck was not Fred Gwynne.
Rob Lambert - October 26, 2018 - Report this comment
An earlier Capri Sun TV ad showing kids and teens playing baseball, doing karate and cheerleading. A national sponsor on the syndicated "Laugh Trax" program in Sept., 1982. Jim Staahl hosted. A combination of comedic skits and blackouts with musical performances by the likes of John Cougar, Huey Lewis and others. Most notable among the regulars was Gail Matthius, who donned a high school letterman's jacket and uttered wise cracks, in semi-Valley-Girl talk. As a whole, mildly funny.

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