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    "Coca Cola to release low carb cola"

    http://money.cnn.com/2004/04/19/news...coke/index.htm

    "Coca Cola to release low carb cola"

    I dont get it, I thougth this existed already, its called diet coke? How much lower then 0 carbs can they go?

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    Re: "Coca Cola to release low carb cola"

    Originally posted by JJJ
    http://money.cnn.com/2004/04/19/news...coke/index.htm

    "Coca Cola to release low carb cola"

    I dont get it, I thougth this existed already, its called diet coke? How much lower then 0 carbs can they go?
    and diet is better anyway
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    lol, that's so corny, why would u pick that over diet soda if u are carb counting??

    the only reason i can think of is *maybe* they are using splenda instead, so those anal-retentive low-carbers who will avoid aspartame to all extents can incorporate a new splenda-based soda into their diets by counting the carbs from the sugar?

    I dunno, it sounds stupid to me

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    Since the whole idea is for coke to make money, it's a great idea. They are doing a very good job of preying on the general public's nutritional ignorance. Sad isn't it?

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    Who needs Soda Anyway, nothing more refreshing than a tall glass of ice cold water

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    Originally posted by greekblondechic
    lol, that's so corny, why would u pick that over diet soda if u are carb counting??

    the only reason i can think of is *maybe* they are using splenda instead, so those anal-retentive low-carbers who will avoid aspartame to all extents can incorporate a new splenda-based soda into their diets by counting the carbs from the sugar?

    I dunno, it sounds stupid to me
    I use Splenda not just to avoid the aspartame of Equal and such, but also because Splenda tastes 100000x better.

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