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Chaotic drink mystery solved?

Chaotic drink mystery solved?

A few months ago, we reported that the Chaotic brand would be starting up it’s own line of beverages. A few weeks later, we reported that there was a confusing issue with the drink; that the Chaotic beverage cans had their wrapper printed on top of another can — the labels associated with the 4Kids TV show could be peeled off, revealing a different drink label inside. Thankfully, a representative from Chaotic Beverages has stepped up to field our concerns. They say that the cans are legit, the Chaotic beverage and all nutritional ingredients are labeled properly, and that the process of “over/rewrapping” the cans is done to be environmentally friendly; wrapping over excess cans in their inventory. Read after the break to see their full response.

This is a representative from Chaotic Beverages.

First, thank you for your interest in Chaotic Drinks. I wanted to answer the concerns you raised over the packaging of Chaotic Beverages using cans from Awake.

All can bodies used in the Chaotic production have NEVER been used for any other liquid and go through a rigorous quality control testing before the liquids are put in the cans. The product in the can is 100% Chaotic and all nutritional ingredients are labeled properly on each and every shrink wrapped can.

Awake corporation and our company use the same packaging broker. Awake, like many companies in North America, has excess empty can inventory. Overwrapping excess can inventories is a way that we can all avoid waste. (The Awake can is covered and passes all labeling requirements by the government.)

So by shrinking over excess cans in the marketplace, Chaotic is being environmentally friendly and doing its part to avoid environmental waste!

One of our corporate values is to be environmentally friendly and produce products with natural ingredients. All our products are made with cane and beet sugar and 100% natural flavor and color.

If you have any other questions of concerns, please email darryl@uandmemarketing.com.


ToonBarn Rob

um… the ToonBarn guy, of course! but you can call me Rob

By ToonBarn Rob

um… the ToonBarn guy, of course! but you can call me Rob

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