7 Snappy Facts About Snapple’s Cofounder

Thanks to the “Snapple Facts” that beverage maker Snapple imprints on the inside of its bottle caps, millions of consumers now know that Napoleon suffered from a pathological fear of cats and that Leonardo da Vinci could draw with one hand while writing with the other. That’s as good a reason as any to compile a list of similarly arcane but fascinating trivia about Snapple cofounder Leonard Marsh, who died on May 21 at age 80 in Manhasset, N.Y. Before …

Arnold Greenberg: 5 Snappy Facts about Snapple’s Co-Founder

One of beverage giant Snapple’s most ingenious marketing tricks is the collection of quirky “Snapple Facts” that it imprints on the inside of its bottle caps. (Here’s a partial list of Snapple facts, such as “On average, a human will spend up to 2 weeks kissing in his/her lifetime.”) Snapple co-founder Arnold Greenberg, who died in New York City on Oct. 26 at age 80, didn’t dream up Snapple Facts (the idea was conceived in 2002, eight years after he …