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Minute Maid juice drinksThe Coca-Cola Co. introduced four new reduced-calorie Minute Maid juice drinks. Minute Maid Pure Squeezed Light No Pulp Orange Juice Beverage has 50 calories in each 8-ounce serving and contains 50 percent less sugar and calories than regular orange juice, the company says. The other three varieties — Minute Maid Light Raspberry Fruit Drink with Tea, Minute Maid Light Peach Fruit Drink with Tea and Minute Maid Light Mango Passion Fruit Drink — each boast 15 calories in each 8-ounce serving, which is 85 percent fewer calories than regular fruit drinks, it adds. All of the new Minute Maid reduced-calorie products are packaged in clear, recyclable 59-ounce PET bottles that allow consumers to see the product inside. The four new products can be found in the chilled section of grocery stores across the United States.

The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta
Telephone: 404/676-2121
Distribution: National
Ingredients: Minute Maid Light Peach Fruit Drink with Tea: Pure filtered water, peach juice and peach puree from concentrate, natural flavors, tea powder, ascorbic acid, citric acid, high-fructose corn syrup, aspartame, acesulfame potassium, vegetable juices and fruit juices.

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