Here's the Ocean Spray drinks section of my local Woolworths: Here's the equivalent section in a US supermarket: Compared to Australia, there are 15-20 varieties including 100% juice, light/diet, and so on. The drinks are on 5 shelves, compared with 2 in Australia, and come in both standard size, super large 1 gallon (on bottom), and even small 330 mL bottles (not pictured), which are only sold in 8-packs. Onto the Gatorade. As seen here the selection here in Australia is a bit better than Ocean Spray but still very limited: Not counting the powder, the actual drinks are only on 3 shelves, and come in 1 size only. We can see about 8 varieties, which isn't too bad, but very expensive at $3.11 per bottle. Definitely not affordable for the average family. Furthermore, there is no G2 (low calorie) Gatorade variety available. The US store has the drinks on 7 different shelves: They come in 4 different sizes - 8 packs of approx 600 mL, 940 mL bottles sold individually, plus larger 1.9 and 3.8L bottles on the bottom shelf. Price is around $1 per 600 mL bottle, or 1/3 of Australian price. However, better value can be had i.e. 10x940mL for $10 or about 65c per 600mL. While the number of different flavours is not drastically different to Australia, the main difference is that most are available in G2 (or low calorie) varieties, which effectively doubles the choice. PS - the photos were taken at a small Woolworths, but then again, the US supermarket was also a small one (relatively speaking).