Diet Rite Cola Fountain
Diet Rite Cola Fountain
Nutrition per 12 fl oz
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|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.|
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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.
A brown or light brown color added to foods and beverages. It is produced commercially by heating sugar and other carbohydrates, usually from corn, under strictly controlled conditions.
A food ingredient that functions to acidify some products.
Sucralose is a low-calorie sweetener used to add sweetness to foods and beverages without adding calories.
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 BENZOATE (PRESERVATIVE)
The potassium salt of benzoic acid, this food ingredient is widely used to help prevent product spoilage.
Acesulfame potassium (Ace-K) is a low-calorie sweetener used to add sweetness to foods and beverages without adding calories.
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.
Derived from the acacia tree, this food ingredient is used as an emulsifier to help prevent flavor separation in beverages.
A food ingredient used to regulate acidity in foods and beverages and may be used instead of sodium citrate in reduced sodium foods and beverages. Citrates are present in a variety of fruits and vegetables.
An ingredient that reduces the amount of foam produced in carbonated fountain beverages when filling the cup.