That Election Fraud Snapple Cap Picture You Keep Sharing Isn’t Real

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That Election Fraud Snapple Cap Picture You Keep Sharing Isn’t Real

AdvertisementBut the so-called Snapple Real Fact that started circulating on social media over the weekend isn’t. “This is not an official Snapple ‘Real Fact’” a spokesperson for Keurig Dr Pepper, which owns Snapple, told VICE. This isn’t the first time that a Snapple ‘Real Fact’ has been questioned, and it’s not the first time that one has been called out for being wrong. David Falk, then Snapple’s vice president of marketing, told The Atlantic that the company had teams that “fact-check everything” that the company printed as Real Facts. “We always work to make sure they're as accurate as possible and that they are real facts,” he said.

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