GHOST launch Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles supplements that seem VERY similar to Hi-C Ecto Cooler

Credit: GNC

The world’s first lifestyle sports nutrition brand, GHOST, has just launched a new collaboration with Nickelodeon, offering supplements inspired by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

With a flavor profile said to be “inspired by the ’90s,” the line, aptly named “OOZE,” features a combo of citrus and tangerine, with many Ghostbusters fans immediately drawing similarities to the retro drink, Hi-C Ecto Cooler.

Obviously, Ecto Cooler doesn’t have exclusivity to being the only green drink on the market. Still, given the advertised flavor profile and being hyped as something “inspired by the 90s,” this almost seems like a Ghostbusters product wrapped in TMNT packaging.

We’re currently in the process of getting our hands on a few of these, with likely a taste test incoming, so stay tuned to the Ghostbusters News YouTube channel.

The GHOST x TMNT line is now available at GNC locations and consists of four “OOZE” flavored products:

  • LEGEND®Inspired by Leonardo (“the leader”), GHOST LEGEND® is GHOST’s flagship pre-workout product that delivers energy and enhances performance and focus.
  • PUMP–Inspired by Raphael (“the fit one”), GHOST® PUMP is a caffeine-free nitric oxide product… the pump.
  • GAMER and GAMER NON-STIM (caffeine-free)–Inspired by Michelangelo and Donatello (“the fun one” and “the thinker,” respectively) and offered in both a stim version and, for the first time, a non-stim option. GHOST® GAMER was custom built by gamers for gamers and contains ingredients clinically studied that have been shown to enhance gameplay.

In addition to the new products, this drop also includes limited-edition merchandise, including black and green shakers as well as custom apparel. The new line of GHOST x TMNT products is available now at GNC retail locations nationwide and online at and merchandise can be purchased at

FUN FACT: In celebration of the release of Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Hi-C Ecto Cooler was brought back last year, seeing a highly-limited commemorative drop, finding its way into the hands of those attending the New York City film premiere and through a social media campaign, with fans being asked to show their love for the beloved green drink, in a chance to win a bottle.

Jason Fitzsimmons

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