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Pickle Juice® Nutrition Facts

Sport drink

with 10 times more electrolytes than other sports drinks

see also: Tomato Basil Bisque, Small sized (Noodles & Company)

Nutrition Facts

Calories and Nutrition Facts Label for Pickle Juice Sport drink - Fat, Carbohydrate, Protein, Fiber Points, Vitamins and Minerals

UPC BAR CODE: 183633000163


Water, salt, vinegar, natural dill flavoring, potassium, zinc, vitamin C, vitamin E, yellow 5, polysorbate 80.


Drink Pickle Juice Sport prior to exercise to increase your electrolyte level.

Continue to drink Pickle Juice Sport in addition to other fluids during exercise to help prevent muscle cramping and dehydration.

No Protein Allergens. Gluten-Free.

Pickle Juice Sport
555 South Town East Boulevard
Mesquite, Texas 75149-2815
United States of America
Phone: 972-755-0289
Email: Sales@PicklePower.com
Website: PicklePower.com

Golden Beverages, Inc.

SOURCE: Company Web Site
UPDATED ON: 8/11/2010

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