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What Is The Mysterious "Natural Flavor" In La Croix?

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The no-calorie, no-sugar, fizzy canned beverage known as LaCroix has recently spiked in popularity. (Be honest, you already drank at least one today, didn't you?) It's a simple recipe: just H2O, CO2, and natural flavor. But if the nutritional labels read zeroes all the way down, where does this "natural flavor" come from? Well, "natural" doesn't mean a darn thing when it comes to food packaging. Learn more about LaCroix's ambiguously labeled "essence" is an enduring mystery in the video below.

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The Enduring Mystery Of What Is In LaCroix

It's a simple, mysterious, and seriously popular drink. But you probably have no idea what's really in it.

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