Anyone remember Keen fruit-flavored soft drink mixes for kids from the ’60s?

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Keen fruit-flavored soft drink mixes for kids from the '60s

Vintage Keen drink mix: The introductory offer (1963)

Amazing new instant soft drink discovery from Nestle

Kids thirsty? Always out of soft drinks? Forever lugging bottles? Try Keen! It’s the delicious new instant soft drink discovery from Nestlé.

And right now, you can save 20¢! One jar serves an army of kids for half the cost of bottled soft drinks. (Makes as much as fifteen six-ounce bottles without the bother of bottles!)

One easy step — glass or pitcherful. Just stir in cold water. Sugar’s in it. Fortified with Vitamin C. Nestlé’s Keen comes in 5 yummy non-carbonated flavors. Take the coupon above to your grocer while you can save 20¢ — that’s 1/2 the regular price of Keen!

Take the coupon above to your grocer while you can save 20¢ — that’s 1/2 the regular price of Keen!

Flavors: Grape – Lemon – Cherry – Orange – Tahiti Punch

Amazing new Keen instant soft drink discovery from Nestle

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Delicious new instant soft drink discovery – Nestle’s Keen

It’s keen!1 jar serves an army of kids for 1/2 the cost of bottled soft drinks without the bother of bottles. At your grocers now!

1 jar serves an army of kids for 1/2 the cost of bottled soft drinks without the bother of bottles. At your grocers now!

NESTLE’S KEEN IN 5 YUMMY FLAVORS – JUST ADD WATER – SUGAR’S IN IT – NON-CARBONATED – VITAMIN C FORTIFIED

Delicious new instant soft drink discovery - Nestle's Keen

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One Response

  1. These drinks were awesome! I don’t know why they disappeared. I also thought it was “Keem.” My mom and dad used to get it at A&P when I was a kid. Thanks for posting this.

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