In 1950, Don Francisco “El Güero” Hill founded Jarritos. He was an accomplished chemist and tinkerer who always left his beakers and journals all over the house, especially the dining room. The name “Jarritos” might mean “goat shoes” in German, but it also means “little jugs” in Español. And whaddya know, traditional fruit-flavored aguas frescas were served in clay jugs to keep them cooler longer. 1,500 bottles of Jarritos are exported every minute. 45,000 glass bottles of Jarritos can be filled every hour at any of our bottling plants in Mexico. Laid end to end, they would measure 7.1 miles long, which is the same as 18,744 tamales!
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