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The people were furious when McDonald's removed Hi-C Orange from their drink menu. Like huge-petition-on-change.org-furious. If you signed the petition, you'll be glad to know, Hi-C Orange is coming back to Minnesota, Wisconsin, and all over the USA!

By summer, Hi-C Orange Lavaburst will replace Sprite Tropic Berry, which came to town in 2017. Three long years later, McDonald's hopes you're excited enough about it to track the return of The OG HC on their Hi-C Return McFinder HERE. Get track-a-lackin'.

McDonald's says,

The loyal fandom...dates back to 1955, when it first debuted on McDonald’s menus. The non-carbonated Hi-C Orange Lavaburst drink returns to menus alongside the carbonated Fanta® Orange offering...

Word on the street (i.e. business websites, CNN, etc.) is the return has a lot less to do with demand, than hoping to attract millennials back to McDonald's, because they loved the stuff in the 90's.

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It'll be a whole before they change over the drinks, so if you need something to do in the meantime, you can't go wrong with having fun outside. Well, you CAN go wrong, if you aren't careful with the super cold weather. Fortunately, our co-worker Jessica put together this handy list of things NOT to do when it's so flippin' cold.

13 Things Minnesotans Should NOT Do When It is Below Zero