Beyond its infamous Iced Tea, AriZona has extended its iconic brand into a line of Fruit Snacks, Coffee, Snack Trays and Hard Alcohol. Very soon, consumers will be able to find AriZona in another familiar part of the store … the freezer aisle.

Introducing AriZona Ice Pops, a cool, sweet and refreshing treat from America’s beloved tea and juice brand. 

AriZona Ice Pops will be launching in their top-selling juice flavors: Mucho Mango, Watermelon, and Fruit Punch. Each pack will be MSRP $4.99 and available in grocery stores across the Country. Just like its beverages, AriZona Ice Pops are made with all natural ingredients – no fake colors, no fake flavors and no fake sweeteners.

“We at AriZona have always placed both taste and value at the forefront of what we create for our consumers. We revolutionized the beverage space when we launched the $0.99 can 30 years ago. Similarly, we want to revolutionize the frozen novelty space. When we looked at frozen novelties, we saw how most products cost over $5 a box and still use some combination of artificial flavors, artificial colors and/or artificial sweeteners. We said we could do it better – we can take our natural ingredient juices and offer them in pop form for under $5. Now consumers can enjoy their favorite AriZona juices in multiple ways,” said Don Vultaggio, founder and chairman of Arizona Beverage Company.

AriZona Ice Pops will be available for retail in 2024. 


About AriZona Iced Tea
AriZona Beverages, founded in Brooklyn, N.Y. in 1992, is proud to be a family owned and operated American company. AriZona’s mission is to offer top quality beverages in uniquely designed packages that are accessible and affordable. AriZona Beverages — makers of the number one ready-to drink Iced Tea in America – holds a unique position in the global beverage industry with its iconic $0.99 big can and “keeping it real” no frills approach to the consumer market. AriZona never pays for glitzy advertising campaigns to gain consumer loyalty and is constantly ahead of the curve, carving out trends without the use of focus groups and market research. With a loyal following across various demographics, AriZona pulls its own inspiration from its fierce social media following and devoted fan base.