Pepsi, hoping to cash in on health conscious consumers, is introducing a new soda that claims to block fat.
According to ABC News "Pepsi Special" is set to go on sale Tuesday in Japan.
The sugar-free, fiber-infused drink is said to contain dextrin, a fiber that is supposed to reduce fat levels in the body.
Is the product a healthy idea, or a product that could lead to more unhealthy eating habits?
Only time will tell, but if it ends up being popular in Japan, it's only a matter of time before it hits U.S. store shelves.
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