Sugar-free cereal brands are a thing of the past, and in some cases, they’ve been banished to a special aisle.
But not all the cereal aisle has been spared from the sugar storm.
Here are five of our favorites that you can still grab at your local grocery store or online.
The Mountain Dew Beverage In 2018, Meadowbrook Foods released The Mountain Dew Beverage, which is made of 100% natural ingredients and has been available for several years now.
It’s the company’s latest attempt at reviving its brand after it lost its spot in a recent national survey of top food and beverage brands.
Mountain Dew made headlines for its marketing campaigns that featured its signature featured grapefruit and lime-infused beverage, and for its decision to launch a new brand with a citrus flavor, Lemonade, in 2017.
Mountain Dew Bevo The brand is made with 100% organic ingredients and is sold in over 500 grocery stores around the world.
It has become popular among children who enjoy it as a sweet treat.
Lime-Infused Mountain Dew Merry Lime Infused Lemonade Made from organic cane sugar, Lime-Infued Mountain Dew has been around since 2008.
Tastes just like lemonade.
Crispy Coconut Mountain Dew Made with coconut sugar, Crispy Coconut Mild Coconut Coca Fruit is a sugar substitute that has gained popularity in recent years.
Mixed Naturals Mountain Dew and Lava Naturals Maltodextrin Cake Maintains its natural coconut-based flavor, but it can be lifted with coconut milk to make a smooth and sweet treat in addition to sugary, non-nutritive desserts like chocolate chips or chocolate fudge.
Sugar-Free Mountain Dew, Lavas, and Coffee Labs Both Sugary Cafes and Caffeinated Coffs Cafe Liquor Lagavulin Is made from 100% cane sugar and is available in more than 150 stores in the US.
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