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All About Faygo

Type soft drink
Manufacturer National Beverage
Country of Origin Flag of United States United States
Introduced 1907
Variants See below

Faygo or Faygo Pop is a soft drink brand that is popular throughout the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States. Faygo's products tend to be less expensive than more widely distributed brands, such as Coca-Cola and Pepsi products.


1 History

2 Brand portfolio

2.1 Faygo

2.2 Ohana

3 Popular culture

4 External link



Faygo was founded in Detroit on November 4, 1907, as Feigenson Brothers Bottling Works by Russian immigrants Ben and Perry Feigenson. The original flavors of Faygo were based on cake frosting recipes used by the Feigensons in Russia. Throughout the 20th century, Faygo steadily increased its production line. Faygo is credited with the spreading of the word "pop" instead of "soda" to mean "soft drink" in the Midwest. Faygo pop is manufactured in a myriad of flavors.

In 1998, Faygo Beverages, Inc. began distributing the Ohana (a Hawaiian word that means "family") brand of non-carbonated soft drinks. Faygo Beverages, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of the National Beverage Corp., which also owns Shasta. Many Faygo brand flavors are shared with Shasta brands.



Faygo Flavors

  • Faygo Diet Chocolate Cream Pie
  • Faygo Diet Frosh
  • Arctic Sun
  • 60/40 (60% grapefruit, 40% lime)
  • Dr. Faygo (Dr Pepper type)
  • Faygo Black Cherry
  • Faygo Black Cherry and Raspberry
  • Faygo Rasberry Blueberry ( with MDX)
  • Faygo Candy Apple (discontinued, Faygo's biggest marketing flop, although still available in some regions.)
  • Faygo Chocolate Soda (discontinued)
  • Faygo Club Soda
  • Faygo Coconut Cream Pie
  • Faygo Cola*
  • Faygo Cherry Cola
  • Faygo Vanilla Creme Soda
  • Faygo Diet Frosh
  • Faygo Fruit Punch
  • Faygo Ginger Ale*
  • Faygo Grape*
  • Faygo Key Lime Pie*
  • Faygo Kiwi Strawberry (non carbonated)
  • Faygo Moon Mist* (Moon Mist is a Mountain Dew type drink, despite what many people label it)
  • Faygo Moon Mist Red*
  • Faygo Moon Mist Blue*
  • Faygo Morning Mist
  • Faygo Orange*
  • Faygo Peach*
  • Faygo Pineapple
  • Faygo Pineapple Orange*
  • Faygo Raspberry Blueberry*
  • Faygo Diet Raspberry Creme
  • Faygo Red Pop*
  • Faygo Rock & Rye*
  • Faygo Diet Rock & Rye
  • Faygo Root Beer*
  • Faygo Strawberry*
  • Faygo Tonic Water*
  • Faygo Twist*
  • Faygo Red cherry
  • Faygo Orange Chug
  • Faygo Red pop w/ lemon
  • Faygo Twist* lemon-lime
  • Ohana
  • Kiwi Strawberry
  • Lemon Iced Tea
  • Lemonade
  • Raspberry Lemonade
  • Pom Pom Lemonade
  • Punch

      * also available in diet

      Flavors vary by area.


Popular culture

Faygo was featured in the 1999-2000 NBC series Freaks and Geeks, a show about teenagers growing up in early 1980s Metro Detroit.

Detroit rap duo Insane Clown Posse are devoted drinkers of Faygo. They often spray large amounts at the Gathering of the Juggalos,and endorse the product in a number of songs. Due to their devotion to it, many Juggalos (fans of ICP) make it their soft drink of choice as well.

Faygo is mentioned in the remix of Detroit rapper Esham's song "Detroit Stand Up."

Eminem mentions Faygo in his first major label album The Slim Shady LP. In the song "As The World Turns" he raps "...what up its nice to meet ya/I'd like to treat you to a Faygo and a slice of pizza."

The comic book Knights of the Dinner Table often includes a mention of Faygo in its stories.