What Is Dr Pepper Made of?

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Dr Pepper is a fizzy drink produced by the Coca-Cola company. As well as carbonated water, it contains sugar, caffeine, flavorings, caramel food coloring, phosphoric acid and the preservative E211.
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The recipe and manufacturing process for Dr Pepper is an extremely guarded secret. It was invented by Charles Aldeston in 1885 and has 23 flavors mixed in.
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Unofficial 23 flavors of Dr.Pepper:1.Amaretto 2.Almond 3.Blackberry...
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The 23 flavors in Dr Pepper are a secret known only by the Cadbury Schweppes Americas Beverages group.
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The ingredients in Dr Pepper are carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, caramel color, phosphoric acid, articifial and natural flavors, sodium benzoate and caffeine. It does not contain prune juice, though that is a common myth.
The combination of the ingredients of Dr Pepper is not clear being it that is the company's top asset. Dr Pepper is a brand for an American soft drink. The top-secret combination of the exact combination is only made known to senior employees of the firm. It is known to use fructose corn syrup instead of sugar.
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