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  • I bought a bottle of Goya Pineapple soda on a whim the other day when I was shopping at Foodmart
  • I noticed that from the first mouthful I tried
  • The best way I can describe it is to say it tastes like your sucking on a piece of hard candy and if I had wanted hard candy, well, I would have bought hard candy
  • Another thing I don't like is the fact that there's no Expiration Date anywhere on the bottle

    • by Sarah B
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      I bought a bottle of Goya Pineapple soda on a whim the other day when I was shopping at Foodmart. I never had a pineapple-flavored soda before, but I did expect it to taste a bit like a pineapple. Truthfully, this soda has a very odd taste. I noticed that from the first mouthful I tried. The best way I can describe it is to say it tastes like your

      sucking on a piece of hard candy and if I had wanted hard candy, well, I would have bought hard candy. I really don’t like this flavor very much as it is very strange and the taste lingers in your mouth. The flavor did improve a little after sitting in my refrigerator for a few days, but not by very much. It still tastes pretty awful.

      Another thing I don’t ...


      • like is the fact that there’s no Expiration Date anywhere on the bottle. All foods should have a date on it somewhere. There is a long string of odd numbers near the top but it’s not a date. I guess Goya does not care about their consumers enough to put a date on their products: how sad.

        As the price for this soda was higher than the ones I normally

        buy, like Orange Crush, Sprite, Vanilla Coke or Wild Cherry Pepsi, I will not buy this one again.

        I also noticed this soda has vegetable oil in the ingredients. What is that doing in soda?

        The soda is a very bright lemon yellow in color. The bottle is two liters (67.6 fluid ounces) and sports a bright yellow label with a picture of a pineapple on it. The soda is caffeine free.




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    jim says :

    FUCK YOU SARAH B. YOU AINT KNOW SHIT BOUT NO PINEAPPLE SODA.

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    nitakb says :

    Anytime vegetable oil is in soda, it is used to blend the ingredients that’s consisted in the soda. Other name brand sodas use different ingredients to keep ingredients blended.

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