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Gatorade Zero set to hit shelves

Gatorade is bringing a no-sugar thirst quencher to stores. The company is launching Gatorade Zero, a sugar-free, carbohydrate-free drink that contains sodium and potassium to help replace electrolytes lost in sweat.

The company said Gatorade Zero is designed to meet athletes’ specific hydration preferences and offer them more ways to mix and match how they hydrate.

Gatorade Zero will be available in four flavors — orange, lemon-lime and Glacier Cherry — and in both single 28-oz. and 32-oz. bottles. The 28-oz. bottle will have a suggested retail price of $2.49 and the 32-ox. Bottle will have a suggested retail price of $1 to $1.29. It will be available nationwide in mass, drug, club and convenience stores, as well as on and
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