We love soda. Yes, we should all drink more water and there are a ton of alternatives but there is just something about the crisp, refreshing taste of a great soda that is truly delightful and incomparable. But the delicious appeal of soda comes with a huge amount of sugar- about 10 teaspoons of sugar in a single 12 oz serving!

We have a long history of diabetes in our family and as we are getting older, are being more careful about what we eat and drink. Several years ago, we decided to eliminate soda from our diet to avoid the huge amount of sugar. We tried dozens of different sugar free sodas and just hated the taste of every single one. We tried beverages that contained a variety of sweeteners. From artificial sweeteners like aspartame, sucralose and acesulfame potassium (ace-k) to natural sweeteners like stevia, monk fruit and erythritol.

We started heavily researching and testing back in 2019 and learned at that time about allulose when it was granted by the FDA a zero gram sugar inclusion on nutrition labels. Over the following couple years, we were never able to find a soda that used allulose.

Fast forward to 2022 and the frustration of trying to find a great tasting zero sugar soda continues and we begin to experiment in our kitchen. By this time, ingredients like Allulose, Monk Fruit, and Stevia were all readily available. After hundreds of experiments and a blown up sodastream, we felt we were really onto something and decided to start AlluSoda. To align to our health values, we made the early decision to only use natural sweeteners, non-gmo ingredients and focus on creating a zero sugar soda that doesn't have that awful "diet" aftertaste.

As a small family start-up, we are fueled by passion and a desire to create a truly great tasting, zero-sugar soda that is every bit as satisfying as traditional sugar based soda and a much better alternative. We wanted to create something that was truly zero glycemic and safe for diabetics as well as reduced-sugar diets like Keto and Paleo.

Zero sugar never tasted better.