Canada Dry Bitter Lemon Soda
Canada Dry Bitter Lemon Soda
Nutrition per 10 fl oz
|Nutrients||Amount||% Daily Value|
|Calories are the fuel you need every day. They are a measure of energy from the carbohydrates, fat and protein in the food you eat and beverages you drink.|
|Sugars are carbohydrates that occur naturally, such as those in juices, vegetables, grains and milk, and can be added to foods or beverages in the form of granulated or liquid sugar, corn syrup and honey, for example.|
|Includes 32g Added Sugars||63%|
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Contains no caffeine
Contains 3% juice
Allergens & Sensitivities
Quinine may interact with certain drugs and persons with certain medical conditions or known allergic reaction to quinine should avoid products containing quinine such as Tonics and Bitter Lemon. For all of our products containing quinine, the presence will be highlighted on the product label.
Juices or derivatives of grapefruit, tangelo and Seville orange.Compare products Customer Reports Fountain Nutrition
All beverages are hydrating, and a variety of beverages including juice, regular and diet soft drinks, water and tea can contribute to total fluid intake to help meet the body’s hydration needs.
HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP
High fructose corn syrup is a sweetener that combines two simple sugars — fructose and glucose — and is very similar in composition and sweetness to sucrose, or what is commonly known as regular sugar.
LEMON JUICE CONCENTRATE
The liquid that is contained within lemons. Physical processes such as pressing, crushing or squeezing are applied to the fruit to express their natural juices. The juice is concentrated by removing some of the water.
A food ingredient derived from starch that is widely used to add tart taste to foods and beverages and also used to adjust the acidity in beverages. It is present in citrus fruits such as oranges and lemons as well as certain other fruits.
POTASSIUM SORBATE (PRESERVATIVE)
The potassium salt of sorbic acid. Potassium sorbate is used to help inhibit microbial growth and is used in conjunction with sodium or potassium benzoate.
Naturally occurring flavors from substances such as spices, fruits, vegetables, yeast, herbs, bark, bud, root, leaf, similar plant material or other suitable materials whose significant function in food is flavoring.
ASCORBIC ACID (PRESERVATIVE)
Found in fruits and vegetables and added to foods and beverages to help protect color and flavor.
Derived from the acacia tree, this food ingredient is used as an emulsifier to help prevent flavor separation in beverages.
Derived from the Cinchona tree, this flavoring agent is used in tonic water and bitter lemon.
CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA (PROTECT FLAVOR)
A food ingredient that functions to protect flavor, prevent rancidity and the breakdown of artificial colors.