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Originally posted by HunkaHunka
For those of you Soda Lovers out there...
I have been turned on to something recently, which I really enjoy, and feel tastes better than American Coke.
It's commonly referred to as Coca Mexicana.
In the spanish section of the Kroger in our area you can find Coca Cola from Mexico... the difference? Made with sugar. Not HFCS.
You can actually taste the difference... and it is amazing.
Originally posted by truthquest
But you aren't really totally in the clear by drinking Coca Mexicana either because they probably use ordinary tap water meaning Coca Mexicana could contain sodium fluoride.