The ingredients of the different flavors of Kool-Aid drink mix available vary based on flavor, but the typical packet of unsweetened Kool-Aid contains ascorbic acid, artificial color, BHA, calcium phosphate, citric acid, maltodextrin, natural flavor and salt. Some flavors of Kool-Aid also contain sugar. Kool-Aid is considered to be a kosher food product.
Kool-Aid can trace its beginnings to 1927 in Hastings, Nebraska when Edwin Perkins found a way to remove the liquid from a fruit concentrate that he had created, which left only the powder. Kool-Aid comes in pouches and canisters in powdered form in flavors such as Strawberry, Cherry, Raspberry, Grape, Orange and Lemon-Lime. It is also available premade, such as with Kool-Aid Jammers, Kool-Aid Bursts and Kool-Aid Singles.Learn More
The sell-by date on a 7UP bottle can be located either at the base, at the neck or on the label. To find it, one should lift up the bottle and look for a small black print that may also be accompanied by the words best before.Full Answer >
Dr Pepper is a product of the Dr Pepper Snapple Group. Bottlers owned by PepsiCo, The Coca-Cola Company and others are licensed to bottle and distribute Dr Pepper in some parts of he United States and the rest of the world.Full Answer >
Most clear lemon-lime sodas are caffeine-free. Many root beer brands are also caffeine-free, but it is worth checking to be sure, as this can vary. There are several name-brand sodas that offer popular flavors in both caffeinated and caffeine-free versions. Caffeine levels can also vary by flavor, brand and type of soda. Many brown sodas have high caffeine levels.Full Answer >
According to Serious Eats, the most prominent flavors in a cream soda should be vanilla and cream. These flavors can be artificial or natural, but should always be present in "balanced proportions."Full Answer >