Minute Maid lemonade does not contain caffeine. An 8-ounce serving contains 100 calories, 15 milligrams of sodium, 28 grams of carbohydrates and 27 grams of sugar. Dieters looking to avoid excess calories and sugar can drink Minute Maid Light lemonade, which contains 15 calories and 2 grams of sugar per 8-ounce serving.Know More
Owned and operated by the Coca-Cola Company, Minute Maid is a product line of beverages. It was the first company to sell orange juice concentrate and was originally known for its orange juice and lemonade. As of 2014, however, the Minute Maid line extends to a wide variety of beverages and soft drinks, including Hi-C.
Minute Maid was originally incorporated as Florida Foods, Inc., in 1945. Instead of selling juice powder, the company sold frozen orange juice concentrate. The company officially changed its name to Minute Maid Corp. in October 1949. Created by marketers, the name was intended to suggest that Minute Maid juice was quick and easy to make. In 1960, Minute Maid Corp. was purchased by the Coca-Cola Company.
Popular Minute Maid products include Minute Maid Premium Orange Juice, Minute Maid Premium Lemonade, Minute Maid Premium Blends, Minute Maid Coolers, Minute Maid Light and Minute Maid Just 10.Learn More
Diet Mtn Dew contains carbonated water, concentrated orange juice, citric acid, natural flavors, citrus pectin, potassium benzoate, aspartame, potassium citrate, caffeine, sodium citrate, acesulfame potassium, sucralose, gum arabic, sodium benzoate, calcium disodium EDTA, brominated vegetable oil and tartrazine. All ingredients are approved by the Food and Drug Administration.Full Answer >
As of 2014, most commercially-produced root beer brands, including A&W, Dad's and Mug, do not contain caffeine. Certain root beer brands, including Barq's and America's Choice, and specialty root beers do contain varying amounts of caffeine.Full Answer >
According to Pepsico, the manufacturer of Pepsi, there is 39 mg of caffeine in one 12-ounce can of the carbonated beverage. Sites such as Caffeine Informer report a higher amount of caffeine, but all information agrees that one 12-ounce can of Pepsi is in the 38-39 mg range.Full Answer >
Scientific research suggests that diet soda, or Diet Coke in particular, produces more carbonation or fizz than its counterpart, regular Coke. One scientist from Illinois State University tested the amount of CO2 that is released from soda using ultrasonic energy. Results showed that Diet Coke had more fizz.Full Answer >