Dr. Pepper Launches New Calorie-Free "Zero Sugar" Version

Also available in a Cherry and Cream Soda flavor.

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Now that the Dr. Pepper shortage has come and gone, Dr. Pepper has had time to develop new takes on its beloved soft drink.

Focusing on its sugar-free line of drinks, Dr. Pepper has just announced a new Dr. Pepper Zero Sugar variant with additional “Cherry” and “Cream Soda” flavors. Unlike the diet version which is sweetened with aspartame, the Zero version is sweetened using a combination of aspartame and acesulfame potassium for a more syrupy taste.

Sold in cans, 500 ml bottles, and a two-liter size, the new Dr. Pepper is available now.

In other food and beverage news, PEEPS joins 7-Eleven for a marshmallow-infused latte.

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