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Hi-C is a juice drink made by the Minute Maid division of The Coca-Cola Company. Hi-C was created by Niles Foster in 1946.


There are currently three product lines of Hi-C: the drink box, Hi-C Blast, and Hi-C Sour Blast.

The Hi-C products used to be the color implied by their flavor, but in 2002, Hi-C was re-introduced as a yellowish clear beverage that would not stain clothing. Thus, flavors like Shoutin' Orange Tangergreen lost their distinctive colors. The soda fountain versions of Fruit Punch and Pink Lemonade, however, still retain their red and pink colors, respectively.

Subsequent growth of the Hi-C product line included globalization to selected markets worldwide.

On May 1st, 2017, McDonald's began phasing out Hi-C Orange Lavaburst, soon replacing it with another version of Sprite, which was soon revealed as MIX by Sprite: Tropic Berry that is an exclusive to McDonald's restaurants in the United States.


  • Flashin' Fruit Punch
  • Grabbin' Grape
  • Orange Lavaburst (Discontinued as a McDonald's exclusive).
  • Poppin' Pink Lemonade
  • Strawberry Kiwi Kraze
  • Torrential Tropical Punch
  • Blazin' Blueberry
  • Wild Cherry
  • Candy Apple Cooler
  • Double Fruit Cooler
  • Boppin' Strawberry
  • Smashin' Wild Berry
  • Ume Squash (Japan only)
  • Peach (Japan only)
  • Cool Citrus Cooler (discontinued)
  • Crazy Citrus Cooler (discontinued - formerly Shoutin' Orange Tangergreen, preceded by Ecto Cooler)
  • Hi-C Blast
  • Berry Blue
  • Blue Watermelon
  • Fruit Pow
  • Fruit Punch
  • Orange
  • Orange Supernova
  • Pink Lemonade
  • Raspberry Kiwi
  • Strawberry
  • Strawberry Kiwi
  • Wild Berry
  • Hi-C Sour Blast
  • Green Apple
  • Strawberry
  • Wild Cherry