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7UP Antioxidant drink to be discontinued next year
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The Dr. Pepper Snapple group says it will discontinue its 7UP Antioxidant drink.
The announcement comes after a consumer group lawsuit alleged the drink's health claims are misleading and illegal.
But the Texas-based company that makes 7UP says its decision to pull the product had nothing to do with the lawsuit.
The drink, which also has a diet version, comes in cherry and mixed berry flavors and is expected to be pulled from shelves next year.
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