The Canadian PressFebruary 12, 2014 14:33
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Americans are cutting back on both regular soda and diet soda. So Dr Pepper is testing something in between, with natural sweeteners.
Dr Pepper Snapple Group said Wednesday that it plans to test versions of its Dr Pepper, 7Up and Canada Dry sodas this year that have about 60 calories a can with only naturally derived sweeteners. That's less than half the 150 calories in a can of regular Dr Pepper, but more than the 0 calories in the diet version.