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Diet 7UP or 7UP Lite - not available in Poland?


heywood100 5 | 5
22 Jul 2010 #1
How come it is not available in Poland?
Trajan
22 Jul 2010 #2
Do you seriously think we need it?
OP heywood100 5 | 5
23 Jul 2010 #3
Brilliant reply. And thanks for the awakening.

No I dont, particularly your "gal's".

But what about your stout western neighbors - we do.
cheehaw 2 | 263
24 Jul 2010 #4
Dangerous stuff, diet soda pop. generally uses asparteme as a low-cal sweetner.

look up 'asparteme health' at google or yahoo.

a friend of mine was an asparteme addict, loved to lick sweet-n-low, coincidentally died of a brain tumor at age 47. wasn't pretty. plenty of research, look it up.
Eurola 4 | 1,906
24 Jul 2010 #5
asparteme

Used as a poison to treat "an invasion of ants" in your home. Enjoy your soda.
I hope Poland will not import and sell this junk soft drink. I think the regular 7up is fine, it's the light version that sucks. That goes for all types of 'diet' drinks.
sledz 23 | 2,250
24 Jul 2010 #6
Do you seriously think we need it?

Hell no! get rid of that American poison!!

Take back your can openers, microwaves and dryers also!!

Id rather do my laundry by a river, any day!!!
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
26 Apr 2017 #7
Eurola - regular 7up is fine
Except that 1 glass contains five teaspoons of sugar. Not for weight watchers or diabetics obviously!


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