Food of the Eighties, Frostie Sodas
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Glass-bottled hometown sodas that weren't sold in all areas...*variety* of flavors such as Orange, Root Beer, Blue Cream, Cherry Limeade, Peach, and Pink Lemonade.
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Trogg - June 10, 2007 - Report this comment
The only flavor available in my area of WV was Root Beer. It was always a favorite until they changed bottle styles which decreased the amount from 12oz to 10oz. Eventually it disappeared from the market but it's available again but not made or distributed by the original company.
Mitch - October 26, 2011 - Report this comment
I could have sworn I've seen this stuff within the past 10 years at the kmart in Fairfax, VA
Dex - August 29, 2014 - Report this comment
It's actually been around since the '30's, though by different companies after buyouts. While I'm sure it's probably different, the root beer's at least still made with cane sugar instead of HFCS. If anyone's looking for it Google Galco's Soda Pop Stop ( --that's where I get their blue cream soda and cherry limeade.

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