Snaider Syrup Label

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1940s Snaider Pineapple Punch Syrup Label

This label was printed for the Snaider Syrup Corp. of Brooklyn, New York. This label is unused, but was made for a one-gallon bottle of syrup. It dates to the 1940s and has vibrant graphics; an eagle, dual anchors and a glass of soft drink presented in front of a serving tray. The syrups made by Snaider Corp. were used not only to make soda pop, but other foods as well. Additional flavors were Pineapple, Cherry, Pulpy Orange and Strawberry. There may have been more, but other than many unused labels, there isn’t a lot of information to be found on the company. They are mentioned up to 2007, so if you can share additional history about them, we’d be happy to post it.

Snaider Syrup Corp.
Brooklyn, New York

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Last updated: Mar 16, 2010
Filed under: Soda Pop Tagged with: Snaider Corp, Snaider Soda Syrup, Snaider Syrup