Chris Sneed is seen purchasing A&W TEN at Minyard's Food Store, on Thursday, February, 7, 2013 in Dallas, Texas. Consumers are counting calories more than ever, and beverage companies are responding with new low-calorie options. In January, Dr Pepper Snapple Group began rolling out ten-calorie versions of five of its most popular soft drink brands including Sunkist TEN Soda, Canada Dry TEN, RC TEN and 7-UP TEN. (Brandon Wade / AP Images for Dr Pepper Snapple Group)

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Chris Sneed is seen purchasing A&W TEN at Minyard's Food Store, on Thursday, February, 7, 2013 in Dallas, Texas. Consumers are counting calories more than ever, and beverage companies are responding with new low-calorie options.  In January, Dr Pepper Snapple Group began rolling out ten-calorie versions of five of its most popular soft drink brands including Sunkist TEN Soda, Canada Dry TEN, RC TEN and 7-UP TEN. (Brandon Wade / AP Images for Dr Pepper Snapple Group)
Chris Sneed is seen purchasing A&W TEN at Minyard's Food Store, on Thursday, February, 7, 2013 in Dallas, Texas. Consumers are counting calories more than ever, and beverage companies are responding with new low-calorie options. In January, Dr Pepper Snapple Group began rolling out ten-calorie versions of five of its most popular soft drink brands including Sunkist TEN Soda, Canada Dry TEN, RC TEN and 7-UP TEN. (Brandon Wade / AP Images for Dr Pepper Snapple Group)
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