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Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 9:29 am
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Blue Sky Soda has been making natural, great tasting, beverages since 1980.  Their beverages are all natural and do not contain any preservatives or artificial colors.  They use natural flavors. Blue Sky might be best known for their natural line of sodas.  Flavors include Lemon Lime, Creamy Root Beer, Wild Raspberry, Orange Creme, Grapefruit, Grape, Jamaican Ginger Ale, Dr. Bicker, Cream Soda, Cola, Cherry Vanilla Creme, and Black Cherry.  These sodas are sweetened with real sugar.  They have a line of organic sodas that are sweetened with organic cane juice.  The line of Free Soda is sweetened with Truvia, and are zero calories.  Blue Sky also makes energy drinks and flavored seltzer.

Foods that are organic are required to be GMO free.  Organic foods are grown without the use of chemical pesticides, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Truvia is a natural sweetener that comes from the Stevia leaf.  It has 75% fewer calories per serving than sugar.  Blue Sky natural sodas use real sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup.  Blue Sky Soda does not sell products from their website, so the price might vary depending on where you purchase it.  The Blue Sky Beverage Company headquarters is located in Corona, California.  Next time you are considering having a soda at lunch or dinner, try an all natural one from Blue Sky!  You can find one of their natural food coupons on their Facebook page.

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