|Product Name||Metromint Water, Chocolatemint, 16.9-Ounce Bottles (Pack Of 12)|
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|Price New||19.66 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Long Description||Your mouth is in for a treat. Metromint is pure water infused with real mint that cools and refreshes with every sip. And the rest of your body will like it, too. Metromint is all natural. It contains no sugar, no preservatives, and no sweeteners. And that means zero calories. Nothing but all-natural ingredients and a surprisingly vibrant taste. Available in seven degrees of cool hydration: original Peppermint, subtle Spearmint, fresh Cherrymint, tangy Lemonmint, juicy Orangemint, decadent Chocolatemint, and new Goodberrymint.|
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