Break Down of What Lead to the Rise and Fall of Jell-O

Everybody loves a good bowl of Jell-O every once in a while.

Jell-O has been a household staple in the United States throughout the 20th century.

The sticky treat used to be the star of dinner parties but is now more popular served in a shot form at tailgates and bars.

According to Business Insider, "From 2009 to 2018, Jell-O dropped $371 million in sales."

This video will break down what lead to the rise and fall.

(Business Insider)

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