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** Fresca **

-Caffeine Levels-

per 12 fl. oz can
mlsfl. oz



Fresca is a light citrus tasting no calorie beverage marketed by Coca Cola
and has been around since 1963. Also now available in peach citrus and
black cherry citrus.

-Ingredients in Fresca-

Carbonated water, citric acid, concentrated grapefruit juice, potassium
citrate, potassium benzoate and EDTA (to protect taste), aspartame,
acesulfame potassium, acacia, natural flavors, glycerol ester of wood
rosin, brominated vegetable oil, carob bean gum

Nutrition Facts:
Serving size: 8 fl oz; Amount per serving: Calories: 0; Total fat: 0g;
Sodium: 35mg; Total carbs: 0g; Protein: 0g

*Sugar content: *Contains no sugar.

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-How Does Fresca Compare With Other Drinks?-

Total Caffeine (mg)

400360320280 24020016012080 40 Can of Fresca Can of Coca-Cola Classic Can
of Rockstar 2x Energy Drink Can of Monster Energy Drink Can of Red Bull
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-Caffeine Concentration-

Fresca contains 0.00 mgs of caffeine per fluid ounce (0.00mg/100mls).

Caffeine (mg) *per Ounce*

200180160140120 10080604020 Fresca Redline Power Rush Coffee (Espresso)
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Fresca - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


** Fresca **

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Not to be confused with Freska.

Type Soft drink
Manufacturer The Coca-Cola Company
Country of origin United States
Introduced 1966
Flavor Black Cherry, Cherry Citrus, Citrus Lime, Grapefruit, Grapefruit
Mint, Lemon, Lime and Peach^[1]
Variants Fresca 1
Related products Fanta

*Fresca* is a diet citrus soft drink made by The Coca-Cola Company. First
introduced in the United States in 1966, the drink is now sold throughout
the American continent.

/Fresca/ means "fresh" (feminine form) in Portuguese, Spanish and Italian.


· 1 History
· 2 Flavors of Fresca
· 3 Availability
· 4 Ingredients
· 5 See also
· 6 References
· 7 External links


Since its introduction in 1966, Fresca has been marketed in the United
States as a calorie-free, grapefruit-flavored soft drink,^[2] ostensibly
catering to discriminating adult tastes. In ads^[/clarification needed/] it
was described as an "imitation, citrus-flavored, artificially sweetened
dietary beverage"^[/citation needed/]. Fresca underwent several major
ingredient changes since its introduction. The drink was originally
sweetened with cyclamates, which were banned by the FDA in 1969, and the
banned ingredient was replaced with saccharin. However, in 1985, the
saccharin was replaced by NutraSweet-brand aspartame. More recently, around
the time of the 2005 redesign, acesulfame potassium was added as a
secondary sweetener.

American President Lyndon B. Johnson had a soda fountain containing Fresca
installed in the Oval Office.^[3]

In Latin America, Coca-Cola markets an entirely different soft drink under
the Fresca brand name. This drink is grapefruit-flavored, but contains
sugar. Colombia and Argentina are the only countries in which this drink is
distributed with the name Quatro using Fresca's same colors, logos and

Fresca was made available in South Africa during the


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