Source: Daily Mail
A health drink that is promoted by Pepsi as combining vitamins, minerals and spring water, contains more sugar that a couple of doughnuts.
The SoBe V-Water, which comes in 500ml bottles, is advertised as having ‘no preservatives, artficial colours or sweeteners.’
What it does have in copious amounts however, is sugar.
PepsiCo saw sales boom after it acquired V-Water in 2008. However, the company decided to more than double the sugar levels in each bottle after it rebranded the drink in May.
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