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12 fluid ounces of orangey goodness. A tasty beverage bottled by the Cable Car Beverage Corp, Denver, Colorado. A definite contender in the Root Beer or Cream Soda debate. A staple of the Middle American Sugar Diet, Stewart's is widely available east of the Mississippi, and sells for about $0.75 per bottle in packages of four. The taste is smooth, closer to that of a liquid orange creamsicle than that of orange crush or Minute Maid Orange Soda. Reasonably good with vodka. Highly recommended. Ingredients: Carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, natural and artificial flavor, orange juice concentrate, sodium benzoate (a preservative), citric acid, food starch modified, ester gum, yellow #6, brominated soybean oil, and BHA (to protect flavor).No caffeine, unfortunately. Or fortunately, depending on your perspective.
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| Serving Size 1 bottle (355 mL)     |
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| Amount Per Serving                 |
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| Calories 190                       |
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|                      %Daily Value* |
| Total Fat 0g                0%     |
| Sodium 40mg                 2%     |
| Total Carb. 48g            16%     |
|   Sugars 48g                       |
| Protein 0g                  0%     |
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|*Percent Daily Values are based     |
|on a 2,000 calorie diet.            |
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Also available in larger, 20oz. and 48oz. varieties.

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