Cherry 7 Up is now “Cherry 7 Up Antioxidant.” Really?

Well, it’s finally here in San Francisco: Cherry 7 Up Antioxidant. Apparently, the Dr Pepper Snapple Group threw some yummy Vitamin E into their regular Cherry 7 Up to create Ch7UpA. Seriously.

Who knows – maybe you’ll like this shockingly pink drink, ’cause, you know, you’ll buy anything.

Look, Canada Dry is getting into the act as well. As seen at the Lucky:

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But let’s hear from a “brand manager”:

Ian Norton, brand manager of marketing for 7UP, said: “Cherry 7UP Antioxidant gives consumers a refreshing way to enjoy more of the antioxidants they are looking for. People want to fall in love with beverages that taste great and provide a fun way to get benefits. And that’s exactly what Cherry 7UP Antioxidant delivers.”

O.K fine, hop aboard the bandwagon today!

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3 Responses to “Cherry 7 Up is now “Cherry 7 Up Antioxidant.” Really?”

  1. K2 says:

    Yeah, but does it have electrolytes?

  2. sfcitizen says:

    We can only hope.

  3. Ali says:

    Cherry 7up with antioxidants is disgusting. Try it at your own risk. It tastes more like cough syrup than a soft drink.