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Not ALL orange soda's are caffiene free. Many are, but for instance Sunkist diet orange has caffeine in it. I would always look at the label before assuming because it is orange, it is caffeine-free.


Diet coke has more caffeine than coke zero. Diet coke has 46mcg caffeine per 12oz, Coke zero has 36mcg per 12oz. Pepsi MAX has 46mcg per 8oz.


According to the side of the can... Mello Yello contains 51mg/12oz of Caffeine..


carbonated water, you figure out the rest


Most colas have caffeine, unless they are specifically marked "caffeine-free." However, many other flavors of soft drinks have caffeine, including some that aren't obvious. Sunkist Orange Soda and Sunkist Sparkling Lemonade, both regular and diet, contain caffeine. Mountain Dew and Mello Yello, Big Red and other cream sodas, and Barq's Root Beer all contain caffeine, although Barq's Diet Root Beer and most other brands of root beer do not.If you are concerned about the caffeine in your soft drinks, check the labels carefully.A lot! Coke, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Root Beer, Mountain Dew, Diet Mountain Dew, Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Pepsi Max, Dr. Pepper, Diet Dr. Pepper, Mellow Yellow, ...


Yes,Per 12oz can: 41mg caffeineContains the same amount as regular Dr Pepper.


No. Sadly there is no Diet Solar Fusion Sunkist.


No. Polar Soda flavor Orange Dry does not contain caffeine. In fact, according to a spokeswoman at Polar Beverages, none of their soda contain caffeine. The only product that contains caffeine is their tea beverage.


For a member of the L.D.S. Church not to drink caffeine is a personal decision that each member has taken upon his/her self to follow.The 'Word of Wisdom' was given as a Revelation (D&C 89) for members of the L.D.S. Church by their Prophet Joseph Smith in 1833. The 'Word of Wisdom' requires members NOT to drink hot drinks (coffee or tea) and strong drinks (wine, alcohol & beer).Starting in 1918, official church publications have occasionally published articles by medical practitioners that warn of the health risks of consuming caffeine.With reference to cola drinks, the Church has never officially taken a position on this matter, but the leaders of the Church have advised, and we do now specifically advise, against the use of any drink containing harmful habit-forming drugs under circumstances that would result in acquiring the habit. Any beverage that contains ingredients harmful to the body should be avoided. (Priesthood Bulletin, Feb. 1972)However, in November 2010, the Salt Lake Tribune noted that in the 2010 church Handbook, which sets out the official position of the church on health and social issues, no position on drinking Coca-Cola or caffeinated drinks is included.Note: Almost all of the ENERGY Drinks contain caffeine and some over the counter medicines. If you are concerned about an item that has caffeine in it, READ THE LABEL. Here are some of the beverages or sodas that contain caffeine, but notice that some of the beverages are Creme Sodas, Root Beers and Oranges. Here is a list:A&W Creme Soda (29 mgs of caffeine)Barq's Root Beer (23 mgs of caffeine)Big Red Soda (34 mgs of caffeine)Cherry Coke (34 mgs of caffeine)Coca Cola C2 (34 mgs of caffeine)Coca Cola Classic (35 mgs of caffeine)Coca-Cola Zero (35 mgs of caffeine)Coke Zero (46 mgs of caffeine)Diet A&W Creme Soda (22 mgs of caffeine)Diet Cherry Coca-Cola (34 mgs of caffeine)Diet Coke (45 mgs of caffeine)Diet Coke with Lemon (45 mgs of caffeine)Diet Coke with Lime (45 mgs of caffeine)Diet Coke with Splenda (34 mgs of caffeine)Diet Dr. Pepper (41 mgs of caffeine)Diet Mello Yello (51 mgs of caffeine)Diet Mountain Dew (55 mgs of caffeine)Diet Mr. Pibb (40 mgs of caffeine)Diet Pepsi (36 mgs of caffeine)Diet Pepsi Max (69 mgs of caffeine)Diet RC Cola (47 mgs of caffeine)Diet Ruby Red Squirt (39 mgs of caffeine)Diet Sunkist Orange Soda (42 mgs of caffeine)Diet Vanilla Coke (45 mgs of caffeine)Diet Wild Cherry Pepsi (36 mgs of caffeine)Dr. Pepper (41 mgs of caffeine)Dr. Pepper 10 (51 mgs of caffeine)Mello Yello (53 mgs of caffeine)Mountain Dew (54 mgs of caffeine)Mountain Dew Baja Blast (34 mgs of caffeine)Mountain Dew Code Red (54 mgs of caffeine)Mountain Dew Game Fuel (120 mgs of caffeine)Orange Rush (250 mgs of caffeine)Pepsi Diet Lemon (48 mgs of caffeine)Pepsi Diet Lime (50 mgs of caffeine)Pepsi One (55 mgs of caffeine)Pepsi-Cola (38 mgs of caffeine)Pibb Xtra (41 mgs of caffeine)Pibb Zero (41 mgs of caffeine)RC Cola (45 mgs of caffeine)RC Cola, Cherry (41 mgs of caffeine)Ruby Red Squirt (39 mgs of caffeine)Shasta Cola (43 mgs of caffeine)Sunkist Orange Soda (41 mgs of caffeine)Sunkist Solar Fusion (39 mgs of caffeine)Tab (47 mgs of caffeine)Vanilla Coke (34 mgs of caffeine)Wild Cherry Pepsi (38 mgs of caffeine)


It depends on what you consider diet. If you want a caffeine free diet the caffeine free cola is diet. But in most cases diet refers to low calories diet, in this case caffeine free soda is not diet as its energy content is similar to a regular soda.


There is exactly 36.7 milligrams of caffeine in Diet Pepsi.


Yes, there are 22mg of caffeine in a 12oz can of Barq's Root Beer...in MOST places. Barq's Root Beer is caffeine-free in markets where Coca-Cola products are supplied by Swire Coca Cola, USA (to include AZ, CO, ID, NB, NV, OR, UT, WA and WY). Diet Barq's is caffeine-free in all areas.


i dont think that there is caffeine-free diet coke. If there is then it's caffeine free!\ or else it's about 23 grams of caffeine


Coca-Cola Classics's caffeine content is 35mg per 12oz can and Diet Coke's caffeine content is 35mg. Coca-Cola has lots of sugar that will only engerize you for a short period of time before you burn out, and caffeine does not give you real energy, it just speeds up your heart and makes you feel on edge and it will also cause you to burn out. I suggest if you want to have energy, you should embrace proper diet and exercise.


The answer to your question provides no single answer. Caffeine and sugar are both perfectly fine in moderation and in many cases beneficial. The caffeine in a pop is only harmful if a person has a low caffeine tolerance or is already dehydrated. Sugar is also fine in moderation as long as a person does not have a condition that can be decremental to their health if they consume to much sugar such as being diabetic or pre-diabetic. Grape and orange sodas have the most sugar about 200 calories worth of sugar in a 12oz., while Coke is closer to 120 for a 12oz. can. The caffeine in a pop is now located on the side of a can, and even Mountain Dew and Vault have less caffeine than a comparable cup of coffee. Diet pop poses its own risks because in certain people aspartame, the sweetener in most diet pops, does cause negative health consequences from things as little as headaches, to heart arrhythmia, and all the way to death. Most negative side effects are related to an over consumption of aspartame. Diet pop is for people that have to lose weight for health concerns. If a person has to lose weight so they can lose a few pounds for swimsuit season then diet pop is not the healthiest alternative.


It says that diet mt dew has 36mg or 8fl oz of caffeine


Both Dr. Pepper and Diet Dr. Pepper contain 41mg of caffeine per 12oz. can, according to wilstar.com/caffeine.htm, which cites the National Soft Drink Association, US Food and Drug Administration, Bunker and McWilliams, Pepsi, and Slim-Fast as sources.


No, actually some diet sodas have more caffeine. The difference between diet sodas and regular is the difference in sweeteners.


What ever that has caffeine in it.It has caffeine!


No. it is also sugar free.... but no it doesnt have caffeine.


yes!, unless it says "caffeine free" on the label. Diet refers to sugar content.


A 12 ounce can of Diet Coke contains 46 milligrams of caffeine and a 20 ounce bottle contains 76 milligrams of caffeine.


Most diet sodas and ones that say Caffeine Free


Caffeine Free Diet Coke does not have caffeine in it, and if it does its a negligible amount that is not detected, and falls way below the recommended safe amount of 200 to 300 milligrams a day


Diet coke actually has more caffeine than classic coke. 12 ounces of diet coke has about 45 mg of caffeine while classic coke has 38



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