What does POG mean in Food & Nutrition?
This page is about the meanings of the acronym/abbreviation/shorthand POG in the Miscellaneous field in general and in the Food & Nutrition terminology in particular.
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What does POG mean?
- POG is a tropical style juice drink created in 1971 by a food product consultant named Mary Soon who worked for Haleakala Dairy on Maui, Hawaii that consists of a blend of juices from passionfruit, orange, and guava fruits. POG is currently produced by Meadow Gold Dairy, a subsidiary of Dean Foods. POG comes in five sizes, the 1/2 Pint carton, the Pint bottle, the Quart carton, the 1/2 Gallon carton, and the Gallon jug. Historically, there were only three sizes, The 12 oz "Viva Pep" size, the 1/2 gallon carton size, as well as the gallon jug. In addition, 6 oz carton sizes are served in many schools across the state of Hawaii and Ohio.