They theorized that people needed a little extra intake at 10:30 AM, 2:30 PM, and 4:30 PM. The folks at Dr Pepper held a contest for a new ad campaign centered around the idea. The winner was Drink a bite to eat at 10, 2, and 4!.
What do the numbers mean on the Dr Pepper bottle?
Originally Answered: On the Dr. Pepper original label, what does the 10 4:2 stand for? Dr Pepper used to advertise that you should drink its beverage at 10 (a.m.), 2 (p.m.), and 4 (p.m.).
What are the 23 different flavors in Dr Pepper?
The soda markets itself as a “unique blend of 23 flavors.” Superfans speculate that these are amaretto, almond, blackberry, black licorice, caramel, carrot, clove, cherry, cola, ginger, juniper, lemon, molasses, nutmeg, orange, prune, plum, pepper, root beer, rum, raspberry, tomato and vanilla.
Are Mr Pibb and Dr Pepper the same?
History. First introduced as Peppo to compete against Dr Pepper, the name was changed to Mr. Pibb after Dr Pepper sued The Coca-Cola Company for trademark infringement.
Does Dr Pepper have a laxative in it?
Pepper does not contain any kind of active laxative in it. It does not have any kind of stool softener, nor does it include any stimulant laxatives.
Does Dr Pepper have prune juice in it?
A: Hot Dr Pepper was developed many years ago as a refreshing winter drink. A: Dr Pepper is a unique blend of natural and artificial flavors; it does not contain prune juice.
Why is Dr Pepper a laxative?
No. There are no laxatives in Dr. Pepper. If there were any kind of medicinal ingredients such as a laxative, the cola would have to be shelved in the pharmacy area of stores and would require a specific label.
What happens if you drink too much Dr Pepper?
Drinking high amounts of sugar-sweetened beverages — such as soda — can have various adverse impacts on your health. These range from increased chances of tooth decay to a higher risk of heart disease and metabolic disorders like type 2 diabetes.