Zevia: Orange Soda

A Keto Friendly alternative to Orange Soda

Happy 4th of July! I’m writing this post from the Whole Foods market in Nashua, New Hampshire. It’s pretty rad, they have a bar inside. One of the things that sucks about Whole Foods bars (at least in New Hampshire) is that you’re not able to bring in food or drinks you purchased inside the supermarket into their bar. Why? Because they consider it a separate restaurant meaning it’s against state law. Talk about stupid laws!


So being forced to buy something inside the bar and work on their WiFi, I spent the $2 or so in change to buy a Zevia Orange Soda. I will admit, Zevia is a bit of a treat for me. I’m kind of like an alcoholic except I have an addiction to sugar, not alcohol (luckily I can just have a glass of wine and be satisfied). However, I’m the poster child for SAA (Sugar-Addicts Anonymous). Like the Pringles jingle says, “Once you pop, you can’t stop”. That’s pretty much me with sugar. Once I open up a box of Oreos, I can’t just eat one cookie, I eat pretty much the entire box otherwise I’ll just not be satisfied and have sugar cravings for another two weeks, it’s pretty fucking horrible to be honest! But hey, that’s how I’m wired.

So basically, Zevia for me is a treat. Stevia won’t typically give me sugar cravings from just one soda, but too many Keto baked goods and that psychologically fucks with me pretty quickly.

This was my first time trying Zevia’s Orange Soda Flavor.

The Ingredients

First, let’s take a look at the ingredients.

Carbonated Water, Citric Acid, Natural Flavors, Stevia Leaf Extract.

Not bad.


Zevia also notes the following:

  • Zero Calories
  • No Sugar
  • No Artificial Sweeteners
  • Clear in Color
  • Gluten Free
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • No Caramel Color
  • Kosher & Vegan

Zevia Orange soda is clear in color and orange on flavor, which makes it perfect for everyone. Zevia’s Orange soda is like biting into your favorite piece of citrus (minus the seeds, the pulp, and potential to squirt juice into your eye). It’s the only naturally sweetened orange soda you should have. Kick those diet orange sodas to the curb and go with Zevia Orange – no artificial sweeteners, no calories, no artificial colors, only real ingredients. So go on, take a big gulp. It might just replace your morning OJ. Zevia’s Website

If you’re a fan of orange soda and want a sugar-free and keto alternative, I recommend this product. It’s not over the top sweet but sweet enough that it doesn’t taste like some watered down cesspool of disgusting chemicals. I’d say it’s probably 80-90% as good as the real thing and I have a real sensitivity for anything that tastes too after-tasty! This definitely makes the cut in my book and I HIGHLY recommend trying it out.


If you want to try this out, go to your local Whole Foods and ask if you can try out a bottle. Usually, Whole Foods is pretty good at letting customers try something out for free if they’ve never had the product before. It’s good business as it’s on the honor system, and in addition, they attract repeat customers who will ideally pay premium pricing in the store. Even if 1 in 5 people who have a free product become repeat customers from that experience, it’s worth it plus much more for Whole Foods.

You can buy your Zevia Orange Soda here.


Zevia: Orange Soda

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  • Keto Friendly
  • No Chemical Aftertaste
  • Tastes Like The Real Thing


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