Anyone with a cute face and a bag of lemons can open a lemonade stand. Bai only had the lemons, so they added strawberries and turned their lemonade stand into a lemonade empire, with your taste buds as the CEO. And since each serving has only 1 gram of sugar and 5 calories, the Sao Paulo Strawberry Lemon business is booming. About the Product- 5 calories, 1g of sugar per serving. No artificial sweeteners- Sweetened with stevia and erythritol (Low Glycemic Index)- Antioxidants per Bottle: 13.5mg Vitamin C; 100mg polyphenols & chromogenic acid from coffee fruit extract & white tea extract- Certified OU Kosher, Gluten Free, Non-GMO, No artificial colors or preservatives, PET 1 (BPA-Free), Never hot filled, Vegan, Soy-free- Nature's caffeine: 30mg per serving (like a cup of green tea)
Serving Size: 8 fl oz (US)
Servings per Container: 2.25
Containers per Package: 1
Flavor: strawberry, Lemonade,
Water Enhancements: flavor,
Item Number (DPCI): 271-75-0003
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