As of 2014, flavors for the original Gatorade Thirst Quencher include orange, cool blue, fruit punch, lemon-lime, lemonade, lime cucumber and rain berry. Gatorade Frost is a lighter version of the original and includes frost glazier freeze, frost orange strawberry and frost riptide rush. Gatorade Fierce has bolder flavors such as fierce apple green, fierce grape, fierce melon and fierce strawberry.
Gatorade G2 is the lightest version of this popular drink. Its flavors are tropical blend, blueberry pomegranate, fruit punch, glazier freeze, grape and lemon-lime. Gatorade's G Endurance carb energy drink is made in lime and berry flavors. Gatorade Endurance Formula has twice the amount of sodium and triple the amount of potassium as original Gatorade. This powder formulation is available in orange and lemon lime flavors.
Gatorade drinks generally maintain their flavor during the recommended shelf life period. They are safe to consume past the use by date, although, there may a slight change in taste and color. When purchasing Gatorade drinks it is important to make sure the beverage is tightly sealed and contents don't have an unpleasant odor. Gatorade flavors in opened bottles remain fresh for an average of three to five days, as long as bottles are refrigerated within 24 hours. The flavor of Gatorade is damaged if frozen.Learn More
Gatorade is manufactured by PepsiCo and is sold in over 80 countries. PepsiCo has many manufacturers around the world, thus the manufacturer in which the Gatorade is made depends on the country where it is purchased.Full Answer >
Lemon-lime Gatorade is chartreuse in color. The original lemon-lime Gatorade leaned more toward the yellow end of the spectrum, while newer versions lean more toward the green. The original lemon-lime Gatorade's hex code is #E4E21B, and its RGB code is 228 226 27.Full Answer >
The reason for orange juice cravings or any other cravings is most often due to social cues. The only real exception to this rule is when people crave ice, paste or clay.Full Answer >
An 8-ounce serving of canned, unsweetened orange juice contains 458 milligrams of potassium, according to the USDA's National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference. The exact amount of potassium can vary based on the form in which the orange juice is preserved.Full Answer >