Who says a diet soda has to have ZERO calories?
Dr. Pepper thinks that's a dumb cap, and has decided to pump up it's line of 10 calorie diet sodas after the success of Dr. Pepper 10!
It's just too bad with how misogynistic their advertising was — we might be a little more excited had they had a little respect. Who actually believes that men have a problem with the image and idea of diet sodas?
Anyway, next month they're busting out 10-calorie versions of five of its biggest soda brands: 7-Up, Sunkist, Canada Dry, RC Cola and A&W Root Beer.
The good news is that the new 10-calories sodas are being marketed to both men and women this time around!
The idea here is that they're producing better tasting, "healthier" drinks. They want to turn around the slump that the soda industry has been seeing lately.
[Image via Dr. Pepper.]
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