potassium Sorbate....

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  1. stephie77

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    is this another way of saying citric acid ?

    I have some of the ASDA 'Dr Thunder' and the ingredients are :

    Carbonated Water , Natural Flavourings [contains Caffeine] , Barley Malt Extract , Phosphoric Acid , Sweeteners (Sucralose, Acesulfame K) , Preservative (Potassium Sorbate) , Contains naturally occurring sugars .

    what do we think ??

    thanks
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    Nope. They are using phosphoric acid in place of citric acid. I can't say for sure, but I would guess that it would be fine.

    Although the naturally occurring sugars, hmmmm, what are the nutritional values?
     
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    im not sure, is it the asda version of dr pepper?
     
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    Yes its the asda version of dr pepper x

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    potassium sorbate

    i think someone asked this before but is this ok to drink?
     
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    i know but no one really answers the question that yes you can drink it or no you cant.
     
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    Hi All, here are the nutritional values
    Any advice would be appriciated x




    Typical values
    Per 250ml Energy
    5kJ

    1kcal Protein
    Trace Carbohydrate
    0.3g of which sugars
    Trace Fat
    Trace of which saturates
    Nil Fibre
    Trace Sodium
    Trace equivalent as salt
     
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    im asking about it too, hopefully we'll get an answer.
     
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    Looks fine to me. :)
     
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    Thanks DT x
     
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    I'd say "yes" too.
     
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