OM says "MOPAR Antifreeze/Coolant 5 Year/100,000 Mile Formula HOAT (Hybrid Organic Additive Technology) or equivalent." and is yellow.
That said the case of Peak Long Life in my garage says 5 year/150,000 mile and from the web site: "PEAK® LONG LIFE® Antifreezes & Coolants feature a LONG LIFE® coolant technology that is compatible for use in all automobiles and light-duty trucks, regardless of make, model, year or original antifreeze color."
Personally I prefer to buy full strength antifreeze and suppliment with some of the gallons of distilled water (88 cents) I keep around.
Just a bit more than you wanted to know:
"Automotive antifreeze/coolant is made of ethylene glycol, water, and a chemical additive package.
Dexcool-type extended life coolants use organic acid technology to inhibit corrosion, and are referred to as OAT based coolants.
HOAT formulations are called hybrid because the additive package contains ingredients from both OAT and conventional formulas and is compatible with both."
If you really want to know what is in antifreeze, look for a MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) that must list the ingredients. All Antifreeze sold in the country must have a MSDS.
A (H)OAT will have an entry for something like Organic acid salts, Green won't.