This Day in Jewish History 2012: The Death of New York's Iced Tea Mogul

Arnold Greenberg went from humble Lower East Side deli owner to multimillionaire co-owner of Snapple drinks company in the 1970s and '80s.

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On October 26, 2012, Arnold Greenberg – part of the trio of New York working-class men who founded and built the company that makes the Snapple line of soft drinks – died, of cancer, at the age of 80. At its...