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The small soda bottling company can no longer carry the cane sugar version of Big Red, another much-loved Texas soda.
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The end of Dublin Dr Pepper has Texas social media consumed with grief, outrage, and talk of boycotts.
After a disappointing settlement with Dr Pepper Snapple Group, the family that owns Dublin Bottling Works, Inc. continues to thrive using the same ingredient that fans have enjoyed for years—pure cane sugar.
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