Beverage manufacturers are churning out low- and no-calorie versions of their functional drinks
Americans are cutting calories, not just by switching what's on the end of their fork, but also by throwing back better-for-you versions of their favorite beverages. Armed with stevia sweeteners and other flavor enhancers, manufacturers are bringing line extensions to the party — and to the delight of consumers, there is little sacrifice to taste. Marketers are so confident that low-calorie versions pack the same flavor as their full-calorie counterparts they've worked the magic numbers ...
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