I don't think they do, but I could be wrong. I haven't been a big pop drinker
since the days of Orange Crush, Hires Root Beer, and -- when I was in 10th grade
in California, cherry Coke, which didn't exist in Canada at the time. It was the
most popular drink at our high school.
Paul Osborne wrote:
> >If you want, although we're not big pop drinkers (just the occasional
> ginger ale,
> >or boutique drinks like ginger beer or sarsparilla or that sort of
> >Mountain Dew is caffeine-free here, incidentally (because it's
> considered a
> >psychoactive/medical ingredient, so our laws say the fact that it's
> there has to
> >be indicated on the label. Barq's root beer indicates it has caffeine,
> so I don't
> >know why Mountain Dew went to the trouble to sell a caffeine-free
> version rather
> >than just change their label).
> Who said anything about caffeine? I don't care if it has caffeine or not.
> Don't they make caffeine free coke? I honestly don't remember. I think
> I've lost my mind tonight.
> Paul O
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