Are All of the Snapple Cap Facts True?


Quick Answer

Snapple presents all the information printed on bottle caps as real facts, although some are incorrect, misleading or outdated. Some Snapple facts have no real way to be verified, such as "Jaws" being the most popular name for goldfish.

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Are All of the Snapple Cap Facts True?
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Snapple has been including real facts on bottle caps since 2002 and claims that teams check every real fact. Some of these cap facts, such as the world's largest pumpkin weighing 1,061 pounds, are no longer correct. Some facts also contradict each other, such as Philadelphia and Manhattan both being listed as the first capital of the United States on different caps.

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