View Full Version : Aldi's Sweet Valley.. Sugar, not HFCS?

05-04-2005, 07:18 PM
Okay, you guys have made me a convert to sugar only.. In Cincinnati, the only pop I can find made with sugar is at ethnic grocery stores (and costs around $1.50 a 12 oz. bottle). I did find Jarritos in 2-Liter Bottles for $1.49..

Anyway, I tried Sweet Valley creme soda, which I really liked + it tasted like sugar, not corn syrup. I went to the nearest Aldi, and found out how cheap a 24-pack is.. Unfortunately, it says "Sugar and/or HFCS" on the ingredients list.

Does anyone here know if Sweet Valley is usually made with sugar? Maybe certain flavors are more reliable than others?

For the Ohio folks on this board.. Does anyone know a good source for some sugar drinks? I'll take it in a glass bottle, a can, plastic bottle, whatever..

Thanks in advance..

05-04-2005, 07:42 PM

Get thee to Jim's NOW.

www.junglejims.com (http://www.junglejims.com)

Located in Fairfield. They are building a new 2nd store in Cinncinati, too.

in Akron, there is a store called West Point Market. Sure, not as big as a selection as Jim's, but they do have some good stuff.

www.westpointmarket.com (http://www.westpointmarket.com)