Irn-Bru's Full Sugar Version Returns For Good

The Independent
Monday, March 22, 2021
Irn-Bru’s full sugar variety is permanently returning to shelves following a successful limited-edition run. Soft drinks manufacturer A.G. Barr changed the formulation of Irn-Bru in 2018 to reduce its sugar content due to a new sugar tax in the UK. When Irn-Bru’s sugar content was first reduced, there was outcry from fans and cans of the original Irn-Bru were reportedly being sold on Ebay at inflated prices, even after they had passed their best before dates. The drink, which comes in 750ml bottles, went on sale again on Monday 22 March. It contains no sweeteners (only sugar) and also contains no caffeine.
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