More Bosco Facts Uncovered

The day before yesterday, we posted a rather unsatisfying partial account of the discovery of Bosco by a Camden physician, and even though we still don't know that physician's name, more facts about the beverage --called by Cosmo Kramer "your dark master"--are gradually emerging.

Fork in the Road's Albany correspondent, Jan Galligan, offers the following miscellany:

I remember a grade school version of the BOSCO song that we used to sing on the playground...[editor's note: in Kenosha, Wisconsin]

I LOVE BOSCO THAT'S THE DRINK FOR ME MOMMY PUT'S IT IN MY MILK - TO TRY TO POISON ME.

Following is a list of ingredients, and a descriptive statement from the Vermont Country Store:

Corn Syrup, Sugar Syrup, Natural Cocoa, Water, CaramelColor, Malt Extract, Salt, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate (Preservative), No Artificial Flavor

Features

Bosco syrup has been made since 1928. It contains no artificial flavors, is fat-free and is an all natural product. Use with milk for a delightful and healthy drink.

Care Instructions

No refrigeration is required.

Nutritional Information

Serving Size=2 Tbsp (40g) Servings per Container=16 Calories 110 Total Fat 0g 0% Trans fat 0g Sodium 30mg 1% Protein 0g Total Carbohydrate 27g 9% Sugars 21g

Shelf Life: 18 Months--2 Years


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