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we've curated an honest blend of ingredients to create a drink unlike any others in your fridge. the combination of real, organic fruit juices & steeped ground spices + herbs delivers a delicious, refreshing twist on familiar flavors - without a need to add refined sugar or any fake sweeteners.
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what is Culture POP?
Culture POP is a probiotic soda made with organic fruit juices and real, ground organic spices & herbs. Each 12 oz can contains 45 calories and billions of CFU’s of live probiotics at the time of canning.
why should I drink Culture POP?
Culture POP is made the way that you’d hope your soda would be made! Each flavor is crafted by steeping organic spices and/or herbs into an organic blend of juices! We then add billions of CFU’s of our live probiotic to each can. The result is a delicious, complex, slightly sweet soda - with only 45 calories per can. Each flavor is familiar - flavors you already know & love - but with a tasty twist. And, of course, we use no refined sweeteners, no stevia and no other high intensity or artificial sweeteners. Culture POP is non-GMO, vegan, gluten free, plant-based and certified kosher.
which sweeteners do you use?
Culture POP gets its slightly sweet flavor solely from organic fruit juices mixed with herbs & spices. We don't use any artificial sweeteners, refined sugar, or natural sugar alternatives such as stevia.
what is all this talk about probiotics & gut health?
Probiotics are live, “good” bacteria that often are found in food & supplements that support a healthy gut microbiome. The probiotic strain we use in our sodas is called Bacillus Subtilus - which is clinically shown to support & improve critical functions in our bodies including digestion, gastrointestinal balance & immunity. Studies show 70% of your immune system is housed in the gut, specifically your small intestine (which is where our probiotic thrives).
what is the difference between probiotics and prebiotics?
We hear both terms used a lot lately - especially in the drink aisle. Both are important, in fact, they work hand in hand. PROBIOTICS are the “good” bacteria naturally present in your gut. You can think of PREBIOTICS as food for probiotics. Prebiotics are fibrous, non-digestible carbohydrates naturally present in many foods as well as in supplement form. They stimulate the growth of beneficial bacteria in the intestines.
which probiotic do you use?
We use Deerland’s DE111 probiotic strain called Bacillus Subtilis - a non-GMO strain that has been proven to support gastrointestinal health and to help reduce gas and bloating. For more information about our probiotic, visit: https://de111.com/about-de111/
does Culture POP need to be refrigerated?
Nope! Culture POP is shelf-stable and can be stored at ambient temperatures. Our probiotic remains viable under a wide temperature and pH range, via stability testing.
how is Culture POP different from kombucha?
Culture Pop is not fermented, our probiotic does not impact the flavor of our sodas, and there is no vinegar-like aftertaste that sometimes is found with kombucha products. Unlike kombucha, Culture POP is shelf-stable and can be stored at ambient temperatures. We are also sold at a lower price point than most kombuchas!
where can I buy Culture POP?
Culture POP is available in many stores across the United States. You can check out our "FIND US" page to find a retailer near you that carries Culture POP! Don’t see us? We’re growing quickly and expanding to new parts of the country every month! Check back soon, or purchase directly from our online shop. We ship FREE to all 48 states in the continental U.S.
is Culture POP caffeinated?
None of our current flavors contain caffeine. So feel free to pop one open to enjoy with dinner or enjoy a slightly sweet sip before bed.
how can I contact the team?
We’d love to hear from you. Email us at email@example.com and our team can help you out. If you are missing part of your order, the additional packs are likely on their way. Multiple boxes may get separated in transit.