Perhaps PepsiCo’s answer to both Coca-Cola Zero and Diet Coke Plus, this Diet Pepsi spinoff features a new batch of artificial sweeteners, more caffeine, and some ginseng for good measure. The best part of Diet Pepsi Max? The very excellent packaging!
Pepsi tosses out this press release with some sort of made-up “research” justifying the existence for their new offering, Diet Pepsi Max. Big push on the “ginseng” and “more caffeine” angles.
Jones Soda has landed the rights to use some “natural ingredient” from Japan called “Pharma Gabatm”. Um, sure. The intended use is in a future energy drink.
Clarification regarding Jones Soda’s use of the term “inverted cane sugar” from an e-mail sent by a reader with a degree in biology with a minor in chemistry.
Fanta Grapefruit, or Fanta Toronja as the Spanish side of the label proclaims, is a light citrus beverage. Not as strong as Fanta Citrus or Canfield’s 50/50, but decent. This beverage review takes a look at this cloudy-colored drink.