Assistant brand manager Jeff Marsh calls that cooler "one of the most significant equity icons of our brand." The high-density polyethylene canister shaped like the cooler is designed to boost stagnating sales that have afflicted powdered beverage mixes. Drawing attention to the ribbed sides of the container is a clear adhesively applied wraparound oriented polypropylene label that shrinks into the grooves of the container. By covering part of the cap it doubles as a tamper-evident band. Supplied by CMS Gilbreth (Trevose PA) the six-color flexo-printed OPP label is cheaper than a shrink sleeve or a stretch sleeve label with separate TE shrink band according to Gatorade. It's applied by a Model 4500 Trine wraparound labeler from CMS Gilbreth that perforates the sleeve around the cap to form the TE band. The labeler is capable of speeds to 350/min for this package though current speeds are about 150/min. Gatorade confirms that a wraparound labeler was significantly less costly than shrink applicating equipment for the line speeds desired. The PP screw cap also designed to look like the cooler cover is injection-molded by White Cap (Downers Grove IL) and comes with an induction-seal liner to add moisture protection. The canister which holds 18.4 oz of product debuted in southern U.S. supermarkets in April. It will roll out nationwide at an average retail price of $4.60.