Food of the Eighties, Wallaroo
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It was supposed be be an Australian drink, I cant remember if it was carbonated or not, but the comercial had a catchy tune "whats a wallaroo, whats a wallaroo..."
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kelly - July 19, 2007 - Report this comment
What's a wallaroo, mate? what's a wallaroo? Is it red or is it blue, what's a wallaroo?! I love it!! I think it was carbonated.
cory - October 16, 2007 - Report this comment
I wish I could find some now. Did they go out of business?
alisha - November 01, 2007 - Report this comment
I wish I could find some too! =(
Devin - April 28, 2008 - Report this comment
Seriously, I have been looking for it for years to no avail. I think they must have gone out of business. That's really too bad, I loved that stuff!!
marlon jauregui - June 27, 2008 - Report this comment
I could of sworn that a Wallaroo was a chocolate bar? Maybe I'm wrong. That was back in 1984, a very long time ago!
Mike - April 23, 2009 - Report this comment
My uncle stole a crate from the back of a delivery truck. Haha... Anyway, some of it ended up at my house, where I think I drank the most of it. God I wish I had some now. I'd be willing to pay in compensation (with interest) for the boxes my uncle stole. :( By the way, does anyone know what company produced them?
Sarah Taylor - May 28, 2010 - Report this comment
This is actually a commercial jingle that still surfaces in my head from time to time. It was a lightly carbonated juice drink. It was similar to "Sundance". I LOVED it as a child!
jeremy - June 17, 2010 - Report this comment
i am glad there are other people in the world that remembers this drink. people i know think im crazy; even my mom who bought them for me as a kid. i remember there was a passionfruit flavor?
Tara - October 23, 2010 - Report this comment
I am 26 yrs old, and even I remember this drink!:) My parents used to buy it, and I don't remember how old I was when I drank it but I know I was younger than 10. I LOVED it!!! I was thinking about it today. You know how you just come across something in your mind every now and again that you miss? Well it was like that. I was SURE I could find it online! I mean, what CANT you find online! I guess this:( It was so good I wish I could find out if anywhere makes it anymore. If there are many others out there who like it as much as I did, they could probably make a whole lot of money still :) We should start a petition for them to bring it back! That is if anyone could figure out who the makers were. While we're on the topic of drinks; does anyone remember that soda drink Delaware punch? OMG I LOVED that drink too! It was like hawaiian punch but different. Every fourth of July my Dad used to buy it for us when we went to watch the fireworks. Lol. It's funny the stuff you remember as a kid.
Pete - December 07, 2010 - Report this comment
Wallaroo was a sweetened sparkling water & fruit juice imported from Australia and distributed by McKesson Corporation/ Alhambra Water/Sparkletts back in the late 80's. In 1990 they stopped production because of Koala Springs International's announcement of a nationwide recall of its beverages after trace amounts of benzene were detected in their products. The amounts were negligible and while Wallaroo was not recalled, McKesson did stop production. My kids loved it too and wished often they could find it again. But never fear ~ after years away Koala Springs is coming back in spring of 2011 with many of its original flavors. Check out their website for more information at koalasprings.com.
Pelonxsoldier28 - February 04, 2011 - Report this comment
Hey thanks Pete, do you know if they gonna bring back everyones favorite?
CPA - March 10, 2011 - Report this comment
Why did McKesson stop production of Wallaroo if their main competitor, Koala Springs, recalled their beverages? Since Koala Springs was the primary competition for Wallaroo, it seems that McKesson (Sparkletts) would have stepped up production in light of KS's recall, not ceased production.

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