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Sanpellegrino Italian Sparkling Drink Aranciata, Sparkling Orange Beverage, 24 Pack of 11.15 Fl Oz Cans $18.37

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  • Includes twenty-four 11.15 fluid ounce cans of Sanpellegrino Aranciata Italian Sparkling Drink. EBT item in eligible states
  • These Sanpellegrino Italian sparkling drinks are made with carbonated water, real orange juice (16% orange juice from concentrate), sugar and other natural flavors
  • Great for any time of day, whether you want a bubbly sparkling beverage in the morning, or a refreshing sparkling drink at the end of the day
  • This Sanpellegrino Italian sparkling drink offers fresh tasting flavor with no artificial sweeteners
  • Whatever the occasion, brighten up your moments with Sanpellegrino Italian sparkling drinks

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09RZN5368

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is it new packaging? or same as the fat can one?
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Quote from chansaikit :
is it new packaging? or same as the fat can one?
Was wondering the same.. looks like new slim tall can packaging but still 11.15 fl oz?
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Just wanted to point out that we got a pack of grapefruit flavor and they were dee-li-cious! Then I looked at the back of the can as saw it was 120 Calories per 11.5oz can. We'll that's about the same as a can of Coke! So if anyone's thinking that these fruity beverages are supposed to be healthier alternatives, their natural ingredients do count, but these drinks are still pretty sugary.
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$3-$4 per can at your local restaurant
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Quote from envador :
Just wanted to point out that we got a pack of grapefruit flavor and they were dee-li-cious! Then I looked at the back of the can as saw it was 120 Calories per 11.5oz can. We'll that's about the same as a can of Coke! So if anyone's thinking that these fruity beverages are supposed to be healthier alternatives, their natural ingredients do count, but these drinks are still pretty sugary.
so the product page is wrong?


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Important information
Ingredients
Water
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I know this likely a matter of taste and preference, but how does this compare to Orangina?
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20 grams of added sugar, so about 5 teaspoons.
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I know this likely a matter of taste and preference, but how does this compare to Orangina?
Slightly more tart/less sweet
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so the product page is wrong?
Yup. The amazon product page is wrong. Ingredients directly from their website [sanpellegrinofruitbeverages.com]:
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Sparkling orange beverage with 19% orange juice from concentrate with other natural flavors.
Water, sugar, orange juice concentrate, carbon dioxide, orange extract, citric acid, natural flavors, pectin.
Believe me - The flavor we got, the first sip I took, I was like, "awww yissssss !! So good!" And then I'm instantly suspicious, ".. too good to be true". I'd previously associated sanpellegrino with the bowling pin carbonated water. Then these other low-calorie "flavored" waters we started trying like la croix and spindrift. So I'm basically equating anything with sanpellegrino as a low-calorie bubble water made in a room that happens to be next door to a fruit factory, but without any actual good taste like Sunkist soda (I love those artificial flavors and colors) And Fanta and Orange Crush? YES, all day, yes, sign me up. When I crack open a can of Coke or Fanta, I know what I'm doing, damnit, leave alone and don't interrupt me this little bit of joy, shhhh. Go away. But sanpellegrino was supposed to be my, "well, at least it has bubbles" kind of drink. That's why I had such a "120 Calories? f that, gimme a can of artificially flavored Coke." type reaction. Plus Coke is cheaper, and I'm (we all are) a cheap bastard.
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