Between 2002 and 2023, Snapple printed 1,677 Real Facts, according to Sporked. Despite several instances where the facts were disproven and changed, the brand maintains that each is thoroughly vetted. Because Snapple caps no longer have Real Facts printed on them, the printed caps have become a rare commodity of sorts, with some of the earlier caps selling on eBay for hundreds of dollars.
Susan and George Grimbilas could have sought to cash in by selling the collection, but they chose to give it to a 76-year-old woman instead. According to the New York Post, she plans to use the caps to craft holiday trivets; Susan believes George’s late uncle would have appreciated the sentiment. Even though you missed Susan’s offer on Nextdoor, Snapple pointed out that you can still brush up on all of Snapple’s formerly printed fun facts by viewing them on Snapple’s website or text realfact to 762-775 to receive a daily fact.