A&w, Naturally & Artificially Flavored Soda Made With Aged Vanilla, Root Beer
Serving Size Dr. Pepper/seven Up, Inc.
Product Information and Ingredients
A&w, Naturally & Artificially Flavored Soda Made With Aged Vanilla, Root Beer manufactured by Dr. Pepper/seven Up, Inc. with a suggested serving size of 1 BOTTLE (500 ml) has a total of 240 calories. The manufacturer code of A&w, Naturally & Artificially Flavored Soda Made With Aged Vanilla, Root Beer is UPC: 078000052428.
This product is high in sugars. A&w, Naturally & Artificially Flavored Soda Made With Aged Vanilla, Root Beer is a low fat food because it contains less than 3 grams of fat per serving.
A serving of 1 BOTTLE (500 ml) of a&w, naturally & artificially flavored soda made with aged vanilla, root beer has 1280% of the recommended daily intake of sugars.
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