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Many historians believe that the early uses of the phrase were tied to the act of suicide, not a blind belief in a cause. The phrase was often used by politicians during the 1980s, to give an analogy to blind obedience to something, by comparing it to the Jonestown deaths. The phrase is commonly used to show how by staying true to your beliefs, you can end up being the loser, or end up “drinking the Kool-Aid.” Kool-Aid is an American-based brand. It is owned by the Kraft Heinz company out of Chicago, Illinois. Cherry, Grape, Lemonade, Soarin' Strawberry Lemonade, Tropical Punch, Raspberry, Watermelon, KiwiLime Now many Kool-Aid flavors come with plenty of vitamin C, no sugar added, and more. There’s a lot to choose from beyond flavor. Although, flavor probably comes first. According to academic Rebecca Moore, early analogies to Jonestown and Kool-Aid were based around death and suicide, not blind obedience. [16] The earliest such example she found, via a Lexis-Nexis search, was a 1982 statement from Lane Kirkland, then head of the AFL–CIO, which described Ronald Reagan's policies as "Jonestown economics," which "administers Kool-Aid to the poor, the deprived and the unemployed." [17]

Kool-Aid is the official soft drink of Nebraska. Kool-Aid, an American brand of powdered drink mix, now owned by Kraft Heinz, was invented by Edwin Perkins in Hastings, Nebraska. Perkins was always fascinated by chemistry and liked to invent things. As a boy, he worked in his family’s general store after school and experimented with concoctions in his mother’s kitchen. He became interested in a new powdered dessert mix called Jell-O that came in Six Delicious Flavors. His childhood friend and future wife, Kitty Shoemaker, introduced the product to him. He then persuaded his father to carry the Jell-O line in the store. Goering, Laurie (10 May 1997). "Guyanese Jungle Reclaiming Jonestown". Staff Tribune chicagotribune.com. Archived from the original on 2019-08-04 . Retrieved 2019-06-10. The Kool-Aid Man is associated with Kool-Aid. He was created in the 1950s. He was made over in 2013. [3] References [ change | change source ] The Kool-Aid Man, an anthropomorphic pitcher filled with Kool-Aid, is the mascot of Kool-Aid. The character was introduced shortly after General Foods acquired the brand in the 1950s. In television and print ads, the Kool-Aid Man was known for randomly bursting through walls of children's homes and proceeding to make a batch of Kool-Aid for them. His catchphrase is "Oh, yeah!" Oh yeah!' Lil Jon made a Christmas song with the Kool-Aid Man". Entertainment Weekly. Archived from the original on December 17, 2018.The drink became so popular that the company even saw a profit during the Great Depression – although its popularity is also credited towards its price drop from 10 cents to 5 cents.

One unique addition to Kool-Aid was a contract with Soda Stream to have Kool-Aid flavors available to be used in combination with the Soda Steam machine that people use to make sodas in their homes. That agreement happened in 2012, between Kraft and Soda Stream. Cantor, Jay (October 19, 1968). "The Electric Kool' Aid Acid Test". www.thecrimson.com. The Harvard Crimson . Retrieved June 4, 2018. Guerra, Joey (20 December 2018). "You have to see this Lil Jon and Kool-Aid Man Christmas video". Archived from the original on 21 December 2018. In 1931, production was moved over to Chicago from Nebraska. In 1953, Perkins sold Kool-Aid to General Foods. Since that time, Kool-Aid now belongs to Kraft Heinz.Main article: Jonestown §Deaths in Jonestown A box of Flavor Aid found amongst other beverages at Jonestown Suttell, Scott (May 12, 2016). "Hey Kool-Aid! Have you met Flo?". Crain's Cleveland Business. Crain Communications, Inc . Retrieved June 1, 2016.

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