Common questions

What happened to Funny Face drink mix?

What happened to Funny Face drink mix?

The Funny Face brand was purchased by Brady Enterprises in 1980, and continued to sell nationwide until 1994. A limited production relaunch (albeit with some modifications) was briefly sold in selected areas from 1994 to 2001.

Who made Funny Face drink mix?

The Pillsbury Company
“Funny Face is more fun when you chug it from your own Funny Face mug.” The Pillsbury Company introduced the Funny Face Drink Mix in 1964. The first six flavors for the presweetened powdered soft drink, made with calcium cyclamates was, Punch, Cherry and Lemonade, Grape, Orange and Strawberry.

What is Goofy Grape?

Hey, funny face! This character would drive you to drink . . . to drink Pillsbury’s powdered fruit juice mix, that is! In 1980, Pillsbury sold the rights of “Funny Face” to Brady Enterprises, a New England company who still markets the drink on the East Coast. This little guy is Goofy Grape, the purple plastic mug.

Who voiced Goofy Grape?

Nathan Carlson (I)

When did Funny Face drinks come out?

They wanted to create a drink mix to rival that of Kool-Aid, which Kraft had produced to rapturous success since 1927. What resulted was the genesis of Funny Face in early 1965, pre-sweetened drink powders that came in small pouches.

How many flavors of Kool Aid are there?

Pack contains 6 packets of each of the following 8 flavors: Blue Raspberry Lemonade, Cherry, Tropical Punch, Black Cherry, Orange, Pink Lemonade, Lemon-Lime & Grape.

Who is Goofy voice?

Bill FarmerMickey Mouse Clubhouse
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Goofy/Voiced by
Bill Farmer (born November 14, 1952) is an American voice actor, comedian and impressionist. He has performed the voice of the Disney character Goofy since 1987 and is also the voice of Pluto and Horace Horsecollar.

Is Goofy black?

At a glance, Goofy is obviously a dog — black, sure, but in the way Labradors are sometimes black but are dogs just the same, as evidenced by his snout, his floppy ears, and what is likely a tail underneath his pants.

What are the names of the Funny Face drinks?

Kids loved the advertising too. The drinks came with names like Goofy Grape, Loudmouth Lime, Rootin’ Tootin’ Raspberry, and Freckle Face Strawberry. Oh, there were also two very politically incorrect flavors, Chinese Cherry, and Injun Orange. (gasp!) It didn’t take long for protests to render the ethnically-named flavors verboten.

When did the Funny Face drink mix come out?

Pillsbury introduced Funny Face Drink Mix in 1964. It was a great kid’s choice and alternative to traditional carbonated soft drinks and fruit juices. It competed directly with Kool Aid which had been around since the 1930’s, and was the clear market leader.

What are the different flavors of Funny Face?

Each flavor was designated by a cartoon character with a presumably amusing face. The original flavors, and their names, were Goofy Grape, Rootin’ Tootin’ Raspberry, Freckle-Face Strawberry, Injun Orange, and Chinese Cherry.

What are the animals in the Shedd’s Funny Face drink mix?

Each pictured the native and the Shedd’s pixie/elf, plus one of the following animals: Lion, Giraffe, Zebra, Elephant, Camel, Ape. 1) Instead of the native, there is an Ape on the glass in the same pose as the native.

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