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Slush Puppies are sold in 40 countries all over the world. In the United States, Slush Puppies are most commonly sold in convenience stores and similar retail locations.

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A Slush Puppie consists of a flavored syrup that is combined with water before it is frozen. As of 2014, Slush Puppies come in more than 20 fruity flavors, such as Cherry, Blue Raspberry, Licious Lemon Limecicle, Polar Purple Shiver and Frozen Orange Frenzy.

Will Radcliff developed Slush Puppies in the 1970s, developing the treat from a home business into a global franchise and distribution system. The Slush Puppie Corporation was acquired by Cadbury Schweppes in 2000; since 2006, it has been owned by the ICEE Company.

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