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However, the variant flavors continued to use the previous design until May 2011, when it was announced that the "Code Red", "Live Wire", "Voltage", and "Baja Blast" flavor variants would be given redesigned packaging, including new logos to correspond with the "Mtn Dew" style.
The returning flavors "Pitch Black", "Supernova", "Typhoon", and "Game Fuel" were given redesigned packaging and logos for their 2011 re-release. Designed by 4sight, a design and innovation firm, these bottles featured a sleeker design, smaller packaging labels, and a built-in grip, the bottles were dubbed "Sidekick bottles" and were tested in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Indiana markets.
This variant remained on shelves for 12 weeks, and was discontinued afterwards.
Shortly afterwards, the bottle art was released, and showed that the two flavors would promote different player races in the game.
From the initial seven flavors, taste testers were asked to elect three final flavors for later release at retail stores, the three new candidate flavors were Distortion (a key lime flavor), Typhoon (a tropical punch flavor), and White Out (a smooth-citrus flavor).
The three new candidate flavors were released on 19 April 2010 and voting lasted until 14 June, the following day, White Out was announced as the winner.
While some studies have shown that among children (with and without ADHD) tartrazine can increase ADHD-like symptoms (see Stevens, Kuczek, Burgess, Hurt & Arnold, 2010), Amp Energy is an energy drink distributed by Pepsi Co under the Mountain Dew brand.
Launched in 2001, Amp was originally known as "Mountain Dew AMP." From 2007 to 2008, several additional flavors of Amp were introduced.
The event ended on August 17, 2008, with Voltage announced as the winning flavor, it was officially released on December 29, 2008. A marked difference between Dewmocracy 2 and its predecessor was the wider range of online voting methods, expanding beyond the Dewmocracy website to include Facebook, Twitter, You Tube, In July 2009, Dew Labs sampling trucks distributed product samples of seven potential flavor variations, at the same time, 50 "Dew fanatics" were chosen based on their video submissions to the video website 12seconds.tv, and were shipped boxes of the seven prototype flavors.A revised formula was created by Bill Bridgforth in 2001, a cherry flavor called Code Red debuted.This product line extension trend has continued, with expansion into specialty, limited time production, region-specific, and retailer-specific (Taco Bell, 7-Eleven) variations of Mountain Dew."Mountain Dew" was originally Southern and/or Scots/Irish slang for moonshine (i.e., homemade whiskey).Using it as the name for the soda was originally suggested by Carl E. meeting in Toledo, Ohio, and was first trademarked by Ally and Barney Hartman in the 1940s.