Mr. Pibb Xtra, also called Pibb Xtra, is a variant of Mr. Pibb soda that has a different flavor. There are no significant changes to the formula other than the taste, which comes mostly from added cinnamon.
Mr. Pibb Xtra was first test marketed in Texas in the summer of 2001. It was released to other states several months later. As of 2014, it is available across much of the United States. In some states, Pibb Xtra is sold but the original Mr. Pibb is not. Cherry and cherry-vanilla variants of the formula can be found in some Coca-Cola Freestyle machines. Pibb Xtra has the same nutritional content and calorie count as the original Mr. Pibb formula.Learn More
There are many diet drinks on the market that do not contain aspartame, including a specially labeled version of Diet Coke, Diet Rite, Hansen's Natural soda, Pepsi One and Zevia. Most of these products use Splenda, a sugar-derived artificial sweetener, or stevia, a natural sweetener that is up to 300 times sweeter than cane sugar.Full Answer >
Diet Sunkist does contain caffeine. According to the manufacturer of Sunkist, 8 fluid ounces of the drink contain 27 milligrams of caffeine. A 20-ounce bottle contains 68 milligrams of caffeine.Full Answer >
Both opened and unopened canned soda can go bad, but the exact time frame differs depending on type and storage conditions. On average, canned sodas using natural sweeteners should be used within nine months of production.Full Answer >
Orange Crush soda is a brand that is owned by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group of Plano, Texas. The soft drink was created in 1911 by Clayton J. Howell, the founder of the Orange Crush Company, and his partner Neil C. Ward.Full Answer >