Food Talk And Fabulous Finds - Thirsty? This outta wet your whistle :-)

06-26-2009, 05:59 PM
Today I made an amazing discovery at the grocery store. This got me really really excited to finally have another option instead of drinking plain water/ and tea bag induced water, being I quit all artificial sweeteners over a year ago. Ok, the product is La Croix natural berry sparkling water with drum roll please....... No calories, no artificial sweeteners, and sodium free.

Calories 0
Total Fat 0
Total Carbs 0
Sugars 0
Sodium 0
Protein 0

Hot dayum & oh yeah for those of you that are thinking this stuff is nasty and "no flavor" think again, it is light and yummy and at $3.50 per case, not too shabby. Being it is carbonated, (aka a bit alka-seltzerish) that outta tame any tummy troubles too! I scooped up 2 cases of berry, 1 case of lime, 1 case of orange, and 1 case of lemon, figured I may as well stock up for summer, even without tasting it, i knew I'd like it! Hulll-ya I'm excited now! Ok, obviously it doesn't take much to excite me! I just had a can of berry and it was dee-lish! :D :carrot: Try it, I am sure you will like it. Oh yeah, and for those of you who already knew of this discovery, please pardon me for living under a rock then, I was clueless it existed!

06-26-2009, 07:23 PM
Sounds good;) what is the sodium count?

06-26-2009, 09:12 PM
Probably similar to what I get at Trader Joe's, and Crystal Geyser does it too. I like berry, lemon, and lime. Last time I tried orange, I thought it was too bitter, but that was before I became accustomed to these things and they actually seem the teeniest bit sweet to me now, so time to try orange again. Because they're not sweet, I don't drink them as fast as soda, so I like that too. I just don't like that they come in 18 oz bottles - too much to drink before they get flat. 12 oz cans would be nice, to get rid of the plastic.

06-26-2009, 11:29 PM
Sodium is also 0 azulfire

& Julie these are in 12 oz cans.