LEMON, Iowa — The #LemonWater campaign is on Twitter, and the results are in.
The campaign, which launched Monday and has since been tweeted more than 50,000 times, is one of many ways Lemon Water has helped to elevate the popularity of its lemon-based drink.
“Lemon water is an American tradition,” the campaign says.
“Lemon is a beautiful, nutritious, and refreshing beverage.
When we use the #LEMONWater campaign to inspire people to get active and make lemonade, we are doing our part to help restore the flavor and flavor profile of our national beverage.”
The hashtag #LemonsWater, which has been trending worldwide since Monday, is being used to share photos of the drink and to help spread awareness.
A group of fans posted a photo of themselves with their hands in lemon water, with the hashtag #FreeLemonWaters.
While Lemon Water is now available in most grocery stores, it has become the #1 trending drink on Instagram with more than 4.2 million daily followers.
The hashtag has also been used to promote lemonade and other food items.
Lemonade maker Green Mountain Tea has become a viral sensation, with nearly 8.5 million daily likes on its Instagram account, according to its account.
And the campaign’s Instagram feed is also home to some of the most popular Instagram stories of the day, including one that shows fans how to make lemon-scented lip balms and a selfie of a Lemon Water bottle in the fridge.
Lemonwater is a product made with fresh lemon juice, but it can also be made with any fruit or vegetable juice.
Its flavor is a mix of lemon and water, and its most popular flavor is lemon soda, which contains about 1% lemon juice.
It was created by Green Mountain tea, which is based in Chicago, in collaboration with Green Valley Farms, an organic citrus grower in Montana.
Green Mountain was a partner in a 2011 ad campaign for PepsiCo and its energy drink, Gatorade, that was a hit.
The brand’s website says that its Lemon Water can be made in a home blender or at home with a lemon-infused vodka, which costs about $1.49 a bottle.
The drink is sold in 12-ounce bottles and is available at a number of retailers.
PepsiCo has not responded to a request for comment.
At its peak, Lemon Water was the No. 1 seller on Instagram and had more than 12 million followers, according a post from the company.
Since the campaign launched Monday, LemonWater has attracted more than 1.4 million daily Instagram followers, and it has also gained more than 5 million likes on the social media site.