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Propel Water

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– Propel Water contains citric acid, sodium hexametaphosphate, natural flavor, potassium sorbate, and ascorbic acid.
– Other ingredients include sucralose, sodium citrate, potassium citrate, acesulfame potassium, and niacinamide.
– It also contains Calcium disodium EDTA, vitamin E acetate, calcium pantothenate, and pyridoxine hydrochloride.

– Propel Fitness Water was launched in 2000 by PepsiCo.
– In 2006, Gatorade introduced Propel Calcium and Propel powder packets.
– Propel powder with Calcium was introduced in 2010.
– The bottle design was changed by Gatorade in 2009 to reduce plastic usage.
– In 2011, Gatorade discontinued regular Propel in favor of Propel Zero.

– Official Site for PepsiCo Beverage Information—Product.
– A New York Times article by Julia Moskin in February 2006 covers Propel Water.
– A Fast Company article from February 2023 discusses PepsiCo’s brand portfolio including Propel.
– Other references include Loft, Inc., North American Van Lines, and Wilson Sporting Goods.

– Propel Water is marketed as a flavored bottled water with antioxidants and vitamins.
– It is a product of Gatorade and is marketed by PepsiCo.
– The brand introduced Propel Calcium and Propel powder packets to expand its product line.
Gatorade made a strategic decision to discontinue regular Propel and focus on Propel Zero.
– In 2023, PepsiCo integrated Propel under the Gatorade umbrella in a new brand portfolio.

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Propel Water (Wikipedia)

Propel Water is an American brand of flavored bottled water that is advertised for having antioxidants and vitamins. It is a beverage product of Gatorade and is marketed by PepsiCo.

TypeZero Calorie Nutrient Enhanced Water Beverage
Country of origin United States
Introduced2000; 24 years ago (2000)
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