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USDA school-approved soda

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airforce Nutrisoda announces Dec. 14 the U.S. Department of Agriculture approves its line of nutrient-enhanced sodas for inclusion in the U.S. National School Lunch Program. The four flavors USDA approved include Focus, Calm, Slender and Radiant. The drinks include ingredients like ginseng, chamomile, chromium, folic acid, l-tyrosine, inositol and choline, vitamins B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, magnesium and vitamin E. Registered Dietician and Director of Wellness for the manufacturer of airforce Nutrisoda Jennifer Ashley says, "The ingredients in Nutrisodas are specifically designed to achieve tailored wellness goals and provide intelligent refreshment for students." The sodas come in 8.4 fluid ounce cans with "natural colors and fruit flavors, water filtered four times for extra purity and with zero sugar, caffeine, carbohydrates, fat, sodium and zero to very few calories," according to the company...

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