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Soda & Soft Drink Saturday - Norwegian “Julebrus”

Julebrus is a Norwegian soft drink, usually with a festive label on the bottle. It is brewed by most Norwegian breweries, as a Christmas drink for minors, who aren’t eligible (by law) to enjoy the traditional juleøl (English: Christmas Ale). 122 more words

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To be absolutely clear from the start: Greece loves a sour cherry beverage.

From the down and dirty fizzy numbers manufactured by Vikos and Loux and served up in stunted plastic bottles, to the heady heights of cartoned work from Life and Amita, this nation is a Mecca for enthusiasts of this fruity, fruity drink genre. 147 more words


Urban Corner Asian Fusion

820 Lomax St
Jacksonville, FL 32204
One of my food questing friends gave me the heads up on Urban Corner Asian Fusion restaurant.  For those of you familiar with Five Points area in Jacksonville, the location was once Tapas That, so you know it’s a small space, worry not. 457 more words

Soda & Soft Drink Saturday - Jolly Cola – An Original Danish Soft Drink

Jolly Cola is an original Danish soft drink dating back to 1959. Today, Jolly Cola is produced by the Danish brewery ‘Vestfyen’, which also produces Jolly Light, the sports drink Jolly Time and Jolly Orange. 983 more words

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Food Matters Live - Lots of sweet debate

A big strand running through Food Matters Live is the whole tackling obesity challenge with a big focus on sugar. Lots of debate about the sugar tax, although it should be communicated more as a levy on soft drinks. 792 more words

According to a new study, Diet Coke is not helping you lose weight like you think it is

It’s been a year full of letdowns. From Hilary Clinton supporters to dental floss enthusiasts, many will remember 2016 for its disillusioning qualities, when everything we were told turned out to be a lie. 361 more words


A bathtub of sugary soft drinks

Can you believe it, when analysing data collected through the UK National Diet and Nutrition Survey, Cancer Research UK found that teenagers aged between 11 and 18 drink almost a bathtub full of sugary drinks on average in a year. 734 more words

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