Who carries Diet Rite soda?
Do they still make Diet Rite cola?
Diet Rite Cola has the pure, crisp taste of a cola with zero calories, zero caffeine, and zero sodium. Your quest for an authentic diet cola experience stops here with the refreshing taste of Diet Rite Cola.
ITEM.BrandDiet RiteUnit Size12 ounceAvailableIn-Store Only
What is in Diet Rite soda?
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It contains no aspartame and instead uses a mix of sucralose and acesulfame potassium as it’s sweeteners. It also contains no caffeine or sodium.
Where can I buy Diet Coke with Splenda?
Kroger – Diet Coke with Splenda Soda 12 Count, 12 cans / 12 fl oz.
What does Diet Rite taste like?
Diet Rite is the only soda we know that has neither salt or sugar. The cola flavor is refreshing with or without ice.
What sweetener is in Diet Rite cola?
What is Tab soda?
Tab (stylized as TaB) is a diet cola soft drink created and produced by The Coca-Cola Company, introduced in 1963. … Tab’s popularity declined after the Coca-Cola company’s introduction of Diet Coke in 1982, though it remained the best-selling diet soda of that year.
What is the healthiest soda?
Which Coke is the healthiest?
Coke Zero, which has recently been rebranded as Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, is marketed as a healthier version of the original sugar-sweetened beverage, Coca-Cola Classic.
What soda has no caffeine?
Enjoy these popular caffeine-free drinks:
- Caffeine-Free Coca-Cola, Caffeine-Free Diet Coke and Caffeine-Free Coca-Cola Zero Sugar.
- Seagram’s Ginger Ale, Diet Ginger Ale, Tonic and Seltzer.
- Sprite and Sprite Zero.
- Fanta, Fanta Grape and Fanta Zero Orange.
- Juices like Simply and Minute Maid.
Why did Pepsi stop using Splenda?
Just 10 months after Pepsi (PEP) announced it would stop using the artificial sweetener in Diet Pepsi due to consumer safety concerns, the company said it will bring aspartame back with the launch of Diet Pepsi Classic Sweetener Blend. …
Is Splenda better than aspartame?
Aspartame is made from two amino acids, while sucralose is a modified form of sugar with added chlorine. One 2013 study, however, found that sucralose may alter glucose and insulin levels and may not be a “biologically inert compound.” “Sucralose is almost certainly safer than aspartame,” says Michael F.