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Asking questions are genuinely pleasant thing if you are not understanding anything entirely, but this article presents pleasant understanding yet.

David

I Love Pepsi and Coke both !

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Natalie

Coke does in fact advertise on the bottle that there are Zero Calories in the beverage and on the nutrition facts.

Eric

Wow! thanks I needed this information for my school work ha! thanks for the information!

demtetra

wow i didn't know that

robin

Urban legend or no, I'd cheerfully pay 28 calories in exchange for avoiding aspartame. :p

It's not been easy to find Pepsi One in western PA for the past few months, though. If I find any, I will probably buy as much as my car will hold. :o

Michael

Hi there,

Thou hast no right but to do thy Will.

Do you have a citation for the statement that "Pepsi One pays a little fine every year to the Food & Drug Administration for lying about its calorie count"?

Thanks!

Love is the law, love under will.

-M

Holly Carmody

The claim that Pepsi One has 28 calories is an urban legend. Check out the following web site:
http://www.snopes.com/cokelore/1calorie.asp

Fraser

According to Wikipedia, "Contrary to popular belief, Coca-Cola Zero is not a zero-calorie drink, containing 0.5kcal per 100ml. The "Zero" in the product's name is to say that the product has zero sugar." Other sites claimed zero calories.

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