Clearly Canadian recently released a product line called "O2." A product which is clearly an advertising scam. Let us take a look at the information on the package and consider for a moment...

I think it should be fairly obvious to anyone that this is simply a ploy to try to conn people into buying this drink. Some parts of the scam, such as calling a plastic bottle an "innovative co-polymer barrier material designed to prolong the retention of oxygen" are so funny that I can hardly believe they'd dare release such a product.

There is more tomfoolery going on with the product, however, you really should be able to figure it out for yourself simply by reading the label. Not only that, but... for the $2.00 a bottle, the drink doesn't even taste that good!

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