Canada Dry is a popular brand of soft drink.
Canada Dry portfolio contains a variety of soft drink such as club soda, tonic water, sparkling water and other flavoured beverages such as bitter lemon, pineapple and wild cherry.
Let’s find out if any of these soft drinks under this popular brand are gluten-free.
Is Canada Dry Gluten Free?
The Answer is: Yes*
*According to the Canada Dry ingredients list, there are no gluten-containing ingredients used in its production.
However, this may vary based on the flavour and where you are in the world, as the official Keurig Dr Pepper website does not list Canada Dry as being gluten-free.
You can access the complete list of Keurig gluten free products here.
- Canada Dry Ginger Ale
- Canada Dry Ginger Ale and Lemonade
- Diet Canada Dry Ginger Ale
- Canada Dry TEN
- Canada Dry Green Tea Ginger Ale
- Canada Dry Blackberry Ginger Ale
- Canada Dry Cranberry Ginger Ale
- Diet Canada Dry Cranberry Ginger Ale
- Canada Dry Club Soda
- Canada Dry Tonic Water
- Diet Canada Dry Tonic Water
- Canada Dry Tonic Water with a Twist of Lime
- Canada Dry Lemon Lime Sparkling Seltzer Water – Low Sodium
- Canada Dry Mandarin Orange Sparkling Seltzer Water
- Canada Dry Cranberry Lime Sparkling Seltzer Water
- Canada Dry Pomegranate Cherry Sparkling Seltzer Water
- Canada Dry Raspberry Sparkling Seltzer Water
- Canada Dry Sparkling Seltzer Water
- Canada Dry Black Cherry Sparkling Seltzer Water
- Canada Dry Peach Mango Sparkling Seltzer Water – Low Sodium
- Canada Dry Triple Berry Sparkling Seltzer Water – Low Sodium
- Canada Dry Wild Cherry Soda
- Canada Dry Island Lime Soda
- Canada Dry Black Cherry Wishniak Soda
- Canada Dry Vanilla Cream Soda
- Canada Dry Pineapple Soda
- Canada Dry Peach Soda
Canada Dry Ginger Ale – (Original) Ingredients
Carbonated Water, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate (Preservative), Natural Flavors, Caramel Color – source
Every 20 fl oz of Canada Dry Ginger Ale consumed contains 230 calories. This consist of 60g carbs, 0g protein, 0g fat and 0.80g sodium.
For more information on Canada Dry, head over to canadadry.com.