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** does sprite have caffeine? **

Asked by bloompie16 74 months ago

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I know that thanks to my memorized list of caffeinated beverages I've
accumulated while I've been preggers. For obvious reasons I have to avoid
that caffeine stuff. So I've had my fill of Sprite.


Oddly enough, most caffeinated pops are dark in color. And conversely, most
light-colored pops are caffeine-free (not a die-hard rule, but a trend



Note the yellow lettering near the top of the can


*PenguinSage's Recommendations*
Product Image Sprite Lemon Lime Soda - Fridge Pack, 12 Pack Of 12 fl oz
Cans, 144 fl oz

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is there caffeine in sprite

Sprite (soft drink) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


** Sprite (soft drink) **

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Evolution of Sprite Bottles.JPG
Type Lemon-lime
Manufacturer The Coca-Cola Company
Introduced 1961
Color Colorless

*Sprite* is a colorless, lemon-lime flavored, caffeine-free soft drink,
created by the Coca-Cola Company. It was introduced in the United States in
1961. This was Coke's response to the popularity of 7 Up. It comes in a
primarily silver, green, and blue can or a green transparent bottle with a
primarily green and blue label.


· 1 History
· 2 Marketing
· 3 Variations
· 4 See also
· 5 References
· 6 External links


Sprite was introduced in the United States in 1961 to compete against 7-Up.
It is a common misconception that the name was inspired by illustrator
Haddon Sundblom's "Sprite Boy" character, which had been the Coca-Cola
mascot in ad campaigns of the 1940s and 1950s. In the 1980s, many years
after Sprite's introduction, Coke pressured its large bottlers which
distributed 7-Up to replace the competitor with the Coca-Cola product. In
large part due to the greater strength of the Coca-Cola network of
bottlers, Sprite finally became the market leader position in the
lemon-lime soda category in 1978.^[/citation needed/]


This section *needs additional citations for verification*. Please help
improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced
material may be challenged and removed. /(February 2013)/

Over the years, Sprite advertising has used the portmanteau word /lymon/,
combining the words /lemon/ and /lime/, to describe the flavor of the

Sprite's slogans in the 60s and 70s ranged from "Taste Its Tingling
Tartness," "Naturally Tart," and "It's a Natural!" and "It's Sprite!"

Sprite started its most memorable campaign in the


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