The soda was popular throughout the 1960s and 1970s, and several variations were made, including Tab Clear as well as caffeine-free versions.
Following studies in the early 1970s that linked saccharin, Tab's main sweetener, with bladder cancer in rats, the United States Congress mandated warning labels on products containing the sweetener.
In the absence of further evidence that saccharin caused cancer in humans, the substance was delisted in 2000 from the U. National Toxicology Program’s Report on Carcinogens; this led to the repealing of the warning label requirements for products containing saccharin.
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The overall feel of the collection is down-to-earth, with a strong emphasis on singer/songwriter tracks like Kyle Riabko's "Waiting," Jason Wade's "Days Go By," and John Mayer's "Back to You." Indeed, the soundtrack often sounds like it was aimed at an older audience than the film was (or, at least, it's giving teenagers more credit than most soundtracks do) by including so many quiet, largely acoustic songs such as Alice Peacock's "Leading With My Heart," and Bonnie Mc Kee's "Somebody." The songs that actually do sound like they belong on a typical teen movie soundtrack, like Wilshire's "Something Special," Soul Kid #1's "More Bounce in California," and Bleu's "I Won't Go to Hollywood" almost seem out of place compared to the more restrained feel of the other tracks.
Approximately 3 million cases were sold in the United States in 2008.
Coca-Cola's marketing research department used its IBM 1401 computer to generate a list of over 185,000 four-letter words with one vowel, adding names suggested by the company's own staff; the list was stripped of any words deemed unpronounceable or too similar to existing trademarks.