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Dr Pepper

carbonated soft drink

Dr Pepper is a soft drink (soda) similar to Coca Cola in its color. Each can of Dr Pepper contains 150 calories. It tastes like fizzy Benylin.

Dr Pepper
Nutritional value per serving
Serving size 355 ml (12 fl oz)
Energy ?
Carbohydrates 40
- Sugars 40
- Dietary fiber 0
Protein 0
Potassium 0 mg (0%)
Sodium 55 mg (2%)
150 calories.[1]
Percentages are relative to US recommendations for adults.
A truck carrying Dr Pepper.

Dr Pepper's SlogansEdit

  • 1889–1914: "King of Beverages."
  • 1920s–1940s: "Drink a Bite to Eat at 10, 2, and 4 o'clock."
  • 1940s: "Good For Life."
  • 1945: "Dr Pepper has 23 flavors"
  • 1950s: "The Friendly Pepper Upper."
  • 1960s: "America's Most Misunderstood Soft Drink."
  • 1970s: "The Most Original Soft Drink Ever."
  • 1977–1985: "I'm a Pepper, He's a Pepper, We're a Pepper.", "Be a Pepper.", "Wouldn't you like to Be a Pepper too?"
  • c. 1986 "Out of the Ordinary. Like You."
  • c. 1986 "Out of the Ordinary for Out of the Ordinary Bodies." (Diet Dr Pepper)
  • 1986–1997: "Hold Out For the Out of the Ordinary."
  • 1991: "Just what the Doctor ordered."
  • c. 1997: "It's Dr Pepper Flavour, Silly!" Australia
  • c. 1997: "Expect the Unexpected!" Australia
  • 1997: "Now's the Time. This is the Place. Dr Pepper Is The Taste."
  • 2000: "Dr Pepper, It Makes the World Taste Better."
  • 2000–Present: "Just What The Dr Ordered."
  • c. 2001 "Dr Pepper, so misunderstood"
  • 2002–2004: "Be You."
  • 2002–Present: "Solves All Your Problems." (used in Europe)
  • 2003 "Dr Pepper, to try it is to love it" (used in the UK)
  • 2004–Present "Dr Pepper, what's the worst that could happen?" (used in the UK)
  • 2005–Present: "One Taste & You Get It."
  • 2006: "Can You Handle The Taste?" (seen in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, and Poland)
  • 2006: "Authentic blend of 23 flavors." USA, Canada
  • 2006: "Dr Pepper, makes the world go round."
  • 2006: "Dr Pepper, nothing better." USA
  • 2006: "The Dr knows the right touch." (used in Europe)
  • 2006: "There's more to it." USA

c. 2006: "Get Berried in Cream" USA (used for the new Berries and Cream flavor)

  • 2007: "I Want It All." USA
  • (2007): "El Dr muy bueno" Latin America
  • (2008): "What's the worst that could happen?" Europe
  • (2008): "Drink It Slow, Dr's Orders" (USA)
  • (2009): "Trust me - I'm a Doctor." (ft. Julius Erving, Kelsey Grammer, Gene Simmons and Dr. Dre) USA
  • (2009): UK based television advertising; Sung "Dr Pepper, What's the worst that could happen?" UK

WebsitesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Dr Pepper FAQ. Retrieved January 3, 2010.