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  • America's changing soda tastes
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    DRY Soda Co. (2015) ©
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America's changing soda tastes

When scanning the soda aisle in the US people generally come across three flavours – cola, lemon and lime. Oh, and root beer. But DRY Soda founder Sharelle Klaus says tastes are changing, so she's created a soft drink with flavours that cater to more adventurous palates.

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