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Transcript of Kool-Aid
Kool-Aid was invented by Edwin Perkins. It was named in
1927 as a liquid form called Fruit Smack. Later in 1931, he
needed to cut prices in half. He figured out a way to sell it
as a powder instead of a liquid. This went on as a success,
selling Kool-Aid in both liquid and powder forms.
At the age of 11, Edwin began wondering about powdered products
when his friend and future wife introduced him to a product called
Jell-O. This sparked Edwin's imagination. He began thinking of many
things that could be turned to a powder. He did all his experiments
in his mother's kitchen. This is where he formulated Kool-Aid or as it
was first called Fruit Smack.
Kool-Aids Impact on Agriculture
Kool-Aid doesn't have an impact on agriculture.
Its does help with society, but its not an accentual.
Kool-aid is just a fun, good taking drink that was in
many homes in 1954 and still in many homes today.
Agriculture Products in Kool-Aid
There are many ingredients in Kool-Aid, but there is only one agricultural product and that product is...........
Use and Production
More than 563 million gallons of Kool-Aid are consumed in a year. 225 millon gallons of 563 are consumed only in the summer.
How many flavors of Kool-Aid are there???
Originality there where only six flavors of Kool-Aid(Cherry, Grape, Lemon-Lime, Orange, Raspberry, Strawberry) now there are over fortyseven different flavors!!!!!!Including the original six.