In addition to all television shows and films from the 80s and 90s that are getting the reboot treatment, food and drink products from those decades are also not safe from the resurgence.
Last year, we saw companies re-introduce some of our favorite drinks from back in the day, including Orbitz, Surge, Crystal Pepsi(this time with added caffeine), Zima (the "zenzational" clear fizzy malt), and Jolt Cola.
Now, PepsiCo is once again trying to make you feel the nostalgia with the revival of another one of their popular drinks: Slice.
Decades before Sierra Mist was introduced, PepsiCo created a fruit-infused fizzy beverage called Slice. The brand had big success with its release in 1984, and it even inspired other companies to create similar versions of it, like Coca-Cola's Minute Maid.
However, by 1994, the hype began to subside, and honestly it's probably because they no longer stuck by their 10% juice content promise.
In an attempt to save Slice, PepsiCo created a diet version of the beverage, but that did not improve sales. The company discontinued the drink sometime in the late 2000s.