Soda Pop

Non-alcoholic carbonated soft drinks are known as soda pop or, in much of the Midwest, simply as pop. They can be drunk as-is, used as mixers for cocktails, or serve as the basis for ice cream sodas and floats. Long a symbol of carefree, happy days, soda pop has assumed a villainous mien in the narrative of food scolds who don’t like its sugar content or, in the case of diet soda pop, its artificial sweetener.

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