Dr Pepper (2L / 4pk)
About this item
- An original blend of 23 authentic flavors
- Always one of a kind; often imitated, never duplicated
There's nothing like the refreshing taste of Dr Pepper on a warm day. The sweetness of the soft drink is married to the unique flavors found within. With this Dr Pepper® (2-liter 4 pack) package, you have enough goodness to share at your next family gathering or work pot luck event.
Are These 2-Liter Drink Bottles Glass or Plastic?
While you may find some sizes of soda in a glass bottle, this Dr Pepper package does not come in glass. Instead, these are four plastic bottles packaged together. Dr Pepper encourages the recycling of their bottles which is why they are manufactured to be recyclable at most centers in the United States.
Is the Dr Pepper Product Labeled for Individual Resale?
It is understandable that you may want to grab a four-pack to stock your shelves until your next delivery temporarily. While the package does not necessarily state that they are labeled for resale, the bottles do come with individual UPCs on the label. You may resell them in your stores.
How Many Servings Are in a 2-Liter Bottle of Dr Pepper Drink?
According to the Dr Pepper serving guide, a single serving of soda is 12 ounces. There are approximately six, 12-ounce servings in a single 2-liter bottle of Dr Pepper. For the entire pack, you have around 24, 12-ounce servings available. This variety is not a sugar-free soft drink.
Can You Use Dr Pepper 23 Flavors to Cook Meals?
It may sound unconventional to make a meal flavored with soda, but there are recipes available for those who want to enhance their food with the unique taste of Dr Pepper's 23 flavors. For example, there is a tasty skillet burger recipe that uses Dr Pepper as one of its main ingredients. It is a combination of ground beef and mild pork sausage flavored with onions, garlic and spices. You add half a cup of Dr Pepper to it, make the patties, and grill it up. It is that simple. There are more recipes online if you want to explore cooking with the soda instead of just drinking it.