Sunkist Grape Soda: Domestic food terrorism in the act

October 3, 2012 |

Hi there! People, if you really like flavor of grape, Welch’s 100% Grape Juice is the right choice which is recommended to be diluted with water to reduce the effect of high sugar content. Please do not fool yourself with Sunkist Grape soda… You need to keep in mind that in cheap drinks like this one Grape = Red 40 + Blue 1, plus synthetic flavor, natural or artificial. That was about what we have already experienced with Fanta Grape! Do not drink Sunkist Grape soda if you don’t want more strange chemicals in your blood and brain.

DyeDiet Doesn’t Buy It!

Sunkist Grape soda: Risk, Nutrition and Dye Content                                                  Sunkist Grape soda: Risk, Nutrition and Dye Content

Look, the diagram is more than half red. Sunkist soda will force you to take the same high chemical risk DDFI = 26/8 ~ 3.2 and you will be disappointed by the same close to nothing nutrition: DDNF = 8/36 = 0.2. Why to waste a dollar for this harmful polluted water? It supplies almost three times Red 40 and two times Blue 1 the amounts Fanta Grape does. In extreme cases you may have your guts painted blue; see: Blue colon at autopsy.

Obviously, the manufacturer makes incredible profits from the consumer’s ignorance. Your and the Nation’s health are not going to get stronger as the result. Hey, is this soda patriotic? Well, you tell me, but I know the answer very well: It is NOT. This is what I call a form of domestic food terrorism and, it looks like, I am not alone in my opinion; read: Food Gimmicks in Your Supermarket.

Bottom line. Sunkist Grape soda is another chemically polluted swill designed for consumption by ignorant public. I do hope, now you are not the one of them! Now you belong to the informed elite. Your better choices would include Welch’s 100% Grape Juice, IZZE Sparkling blackberry or simply 3 gallons of filtered water for $1.11 which you can get at your local Walmart. Hydrate yourself straight!

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Category: Food Dyes Exposure, Food Terrorism, Soft drinks

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