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# 214367 8-May-2017 18:48
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Does anyone remember when Just Juice became available in tetrapaks.

 

The wee ones with the straw.

 

My mother and I are disagreeing about whether a photo is of myself or my younger sister.

 

There is a Just Juice tetrapak on the table and I dont remember them being around when I was about that age.

 

My sister is 9 years younger.





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  # 1777993 8-May-2017 19:04
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Mid to late 80's? I remember it was around then when the was a big health thing with milk that came in these paper cartons. Although I remember the juice ones earlier, so maybe 84ish?


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  # 1777996 8-May-2017 19:13
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This is a far less interesting kind of fight than I had envisioned. I was thinking more 'and then I had a shower to get the orange juice out of my hair.'




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  # 1778009 8-May-2017 19:48
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Predated:

 

1982

 

 

 

https://www.frucor.com/our-company/history/

 

 

 

 

 

 

well, thats pretty conclusive. Who'd have thought that fact would be on the internet.

 

So I win the fight. In 1982 I was too old to be the child in the photo.

 

Sorry @SaltyNZ, no orange juice was harmed in the fight.





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  # 1778090 8-May-2017 20:39
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The 82 date could just be for the big 1 litre 'brick' cartons. I think the smaller ones for lunch boxes were introduced slightly later on.


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  # 1778094 8-May-2017 20:48
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The old steel can:



Brand new tear tab technology in 1972!

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  # 1778281 9-May-2017 10:04
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mattwnz:

 

The 82 date could just be for the big 1 litre 'brick' cartons. I think the smaller ones for lunch boxes were introduced slightly later on.

 

 

It wont have been much later. I remember one of the only times I was off school sick (mumps) in about 83 or 84 - Had Just Juice cartons then - first time I had tried it and it was delicious.

 

Funny the things you remember.

 

 

 

Also - I vaguely remember the Fresh Up concentrate in the cans (no tear tab on them), in the 80s that got put into small tetra packs too.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1778912 10-May-2017 08:58
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SaltyNZ: This is a far less interesting kind of fight than I had envisioned. I was thinking more 'and then I had a shower to get the orange juice out of my hair.'

 

 

 

Im sure Someone who is good with Adobe products could whip up something funny.


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