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Anonymous asked in Food & DrinkOther - Food & Drink · 10 months ago

how many milliliters are your cans soda in USA?

here in UK they are 330ml .

I think we might be getting ripped off

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  • Mog
    Lv 7
    10 months ago
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    12 ounces.

    12 ounces = 354.882 milliliters

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  • 10 months ago

    Depends on the price per ml or ounce. USA soda cans are usually 12 ounces, or 354.882ml. The value per unit depends on sale price and exchange rate. I often buy two 12 packs of 12 ounce cans for $5.78.

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  • 10 months ago

    Easy enough to look-up online from here in the UK via the Walmart website... they're around 350-355ml (labelled in US Fluid Ounces, some dual-labelled in ML + Fl Oz).

    They even still have a choice of "standard" versions with corn syrup, and some are even available in "with real sugar" variants, instead of the crap choice we have here because of the sugar tax: Pepsi & Coke (with real sugar), so called "non-diet" versions that have artificial sweeteners in them to try work around the sugar tax, and diet versions with artificial sweeteners in them.

    They're currently charging $5.22 (£4.29) on an 18-pack of Pepsi (on price roll back), compared to the £5.99 ($7.27) it costs to get a 15-pack of smaller 330ml cans from B&M.

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  • 10 months ago

    Our cans come in ounces. The standard 12 oz can is about 354 ml. Yours converts to a little over 11 oz.

    Our prices are all over the place, too. You can buy a twelve pack of Coca Cola on sale 3 for $10, or 36 cans for $10. You can go into a convenience store and pay a dollar or more for a can.

    For you, that would be 36 cans for 8.23 GBP, or about 23p per can, on sale, vs 83p or more for a can at a convenience store.

    Figure that out first. The difference in price from 330 ml to 354 ml might be tiny. Hardly ripping anybody off.

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  • 10 months ago

    In the US we get 354.882355 ml (12 oz). That is a little larger.

    Our larger bottle is a liter.

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  • Nevermind how small the soda cans are...they'll make your waistline larger at any size!

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  • Nancy
    Lv 7
    10 months ago

    Cans of pop in the US contain 12 fluid ounces of pop. The standard for cans of pop is ounces, not milliliters, so whatever 12 ounces equals in milliliters is how much they have in them.

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