Workers allegedly revealed how Gatorade was created in Viral TikTok

ONE popular The TikTok video shows a factory worker apparently preparing for the Gatorade.

German Lopez (@ germanlopez141) filmed and posted viral video, currently has 3.4 million views and 188,000 likes. In the video, Lopez opened an unlabelled bottle of Gatorade and poured the red stuff into the sink. It seems to be the punch flavor.

“Did you know that Gatorade is made at 180 degrees?” Text and voice overlays (through the app’s text-to-speech feature) ask questions of the viewer.

Viewers in the comments section expressed diverse views about Gatorade, which reported was created in 1965 by a group of scientists at the University of Florida. Many opinions focus on plastic consumption and taste.

“Red dye, boiling hot, in plastic… I need this knowledge,” the top commenter wrote.

“No wonder it tastes warm despite being in the fridge for three days,” joked one commenter.

Another said, “Great for putting straight into plastic bottles to boost microplastics consumption,” another said, to which Lopez replied, “It’s the temperature that is actually pasteurized to keep out all the impurities. poisoned and then cooled.”

The Daily Dot contacted PepsiCo, owner of the Gatorade and Lopez brands.

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* First published: December 15, 2021, 10:47 a.m. CST

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