Grape soda

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Grape soft drinks (also known as grape drink, grape soda or grape pop in certain regions of the US) are typically sweetened carbonated drinks with a grape flavor.

Grapeade first appeared as a variety of carbonated drink provided in soda fountains in American drugstores in the late nineteenth century, brands including Miner's and Lash's. A recipe for homemade grapeade appears in editions of Fannie Farmer's cookbook.

Today, most commercially available grape sodas are based on artificial flavorings such as methyl anthranilate designed to simulate Concord grapes, and are colored deep purple with food coloring.[1]

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  1. ^ Dina Spector (February 3, 2014). "Facts About Natural and Artificial Flavors". www.businessinsider.com. Business Insider Inc. Retrieved May 9, 2015.