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Amazon.com has 100-Count True Orange Bulk Pack for $4.39 when you checkout via subscribe & save. Shipping is free while subscribe & save is available. Thanks Rokket

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 100-Count True Orange Bulk Pack for $4.39 when you choose to checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free as long as S&S is available.

  • 1 packet = taste of 1 wedge
  • No artificial flavors, preservatives & Non-GMO
  • Use anywhere you would use a wedge: water, teas, cooking, baking and seasoning
  • 0 calories, 0g sugars
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i don't get it. why it can be zero calorie without artificial ingredients? where is the flavor from? freshly squeezed orange has lots of calorie and sugar......
The FDA has a rule that I'm sure applies in this case.

Anything with less than 5 calories per serving can be reported as "zero calories." It's why many dill pickles have zero calories.

I'm not sure what their process is, either, but I'm guessing the answer is as simple as "dehydrated essence of orange wedge" clocks in at under 5 calories per.
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Lucky you. This stuff will eat away your tooth enamel. The wonders of Citric acid
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I love true lime. Is this any good?
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I like the taste, I hate how much waste is produce from the single serve packaging.
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The ingredients say "sugar" and the nutritional facts say "0 calaries." How can that be accurate?
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No it isn't
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Just FYI, True Lemon, True Orange, and similar products do not offer any nutritional values. I say this because it's easy to assume otherwise when we see fruit names. So, you are basically paying for a "flavor." I use True Lemon for non-dietary purposes. For consumption, I usually buy 100% fruit juice and simply diluted it with water, which offers vitamin C, unlike those packets.
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Just FYI, True Lemon, True Orange, and similar products do not offer any nutritional values. I say this because it's easy to assume otherwise when we see fruit names. So, you are basically paying for a "flavor." I use True Lemon for non-dietary purposes. For consumption, I usually buy 100% fruit juice and simply diluted it with water, which offers vitamin C, unlike those packets.
FYI, fruit juice isn't good for you. Fructose goes right to the liver. Fruits are candy and should be treated as such.
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FYI, fruit juice isn't good for you. Fructose goes right to the liver. Fruits are candy and should be treated as such.
FYI, I said I diluted it (to reduce the amount of sugar intake). I'm not drinking it straight. It's all how you consume it. And, no your statements are completely wrong. Fruits are not candies. They offer nutrients that are not contained in candies. It's not accurate or helpful to say something is bad for you period in an extreme way like you did. With that logic, we can say anything that contains salt is bad for you. It's all about balance. Eating too much protein is also bad for you, but that doesn't mean we should stop eating meat period. Just exercise moderation.
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This is still available!
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Surprise, surprise - this is still available.
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#42
I love the lime flavor and still working through the 500 pack from a prior deal.

Heard mixed things on the orange flavor but for $5ish giving it a try.

Perfect to add to plain water and when making homemade iced tea,
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