The Wyatt Burp Orange Soda Company originated in 1957 as a creation of John R. Shonstan (born January 19, 1926, died June 24, 2013, age 87) at the age of 31. It was officially established on September 9, 1957, although it wasn't until March 8, 1958 when the first manufacturing facility was completed.
Although distribution of their soda started out only in glass bottles, it expanded alarmingly quickly, and soon became popular particularly in the states of Maine, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.
However, from August 17-19, 1959, Wyatt Burp Orange Soda Company appeared in court, and was forced to change their product after it was found that their soda was merely orange juice concentrate mixed with carbonated water, and strangely, yeast (which was referr…Read more >
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Welcome to a series of blog posts that relate to a very small aspect of MML lore - one that you may not even consider worth your time reading about. However, you have my assurance that you will find these enjoyable on a day of boredom where you simply cannot find anything to read, or, on the off-chance that you do actually find this little pocket of lore interesting, you may actually seek out new blog posts related to this topic.
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