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Pepsi Max 330Ml 30 Pack £7.50 @ Tesco
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Pepsi Max 330Ml 30 Pack £7.50 @ Tesco

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Posted 15th Feb

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Carbonated Low Calorie Cola Flavoured Soft Drink with Sweeteners
Contains a Source of Phenylalanine.
This pack is intended to be sold as one complete unit.
Maximum Taste, No sugar - The long lasting hit of caramel and vanilla and the intense taste of a regular Pepsi all with no sugar
Pack size: 9900ML
No sugar
Low calorie
Information
Ingredients
Carbonated Water, Colour (Caramel E150d), Sweeteners (Aspartame, Acesulfame K), Acids (Phosphoric Acid, Citric Acid), Flavourings (Including Caffeine), Preservative (Potassium Sorbate)

Storage
Best Before End - See Base of Cans.

Produce of
Made in GB

Preparation and Usage
Best served chilled.
Number of uses
Pack contains 30 servings of 330ml
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AFSARZ15/02/2020 09:47

6.50 at Iceland


Not for 30. That’s for 24 at Iceland
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This is the standard price in mine.
£7 at asda
MrAlbert15/02/2020 09:03

Can you post that so we can vote it hot.


Nope, asda appears to be banned.
6.50 at Iceland
AFSARZ15/02/2020 09:47

6.50 at Iceland


Not for 30. That’s for 24 at Iceland
rev615/02/2020 10:34

Asda are banned from HUKD.


Why? Is this listed anywhere?
I like this but my dentist says it is swilling your mouth with acid
LOUGHBORO.GUY15/02/2020 12:19

I like this but my dentist says it is swilling your mouth with acid


That's full sugar pepsi /coke
chocci15/02/2020 14:27

That's full sugar pepsi /coke


No, that would be swilling your mouth with sugar and acid. Fizzy drinks, sugar or no sugar, are acidic due to the carbon dioxide used for the bubbles. When you dissolve CO2 in water, it becomes acidic (like acid rain, remember that from school?). Acid tastes sour, which is why fizzy drinks taste so sickly sweet when flat - no more acid to balance the taste.
So my dentist is correct ?
I've got diabetes and this stuff makes me pee like a horse, even though it's sugar free.
Edited by: "extonjoe" 15th Feb
rachel_khan15/02/2020 15:23

No, that would be swilling your mouth with sugar and acid. Fizzy drinks, …No, that would be swilling your mouth with sugar and acid. Fizzy drinks, sugar or no sugar, are acidic due to the carbon dioxide used for the bubbles. When you dissolve CO2 in water, it becomes acidic (like acid rain, remember that from school?). Acid tastes sour, which is why fizzy drinks taste so sickly sweet when flat - no more acid to balance the taste.


So carbonated water is acidic?
Yes, carbonated water is more acidic than still water. Fizzy water probably won't do much damage to your teeth... cola drinks have other acid in them too which water doesn't have, but it's still acidic.
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