- What does Big K mean?
- What does K mean in NY?
- Who Makes Big K Pop?
- What is K in money?
- Is Big K Cola any good?
- What is the off brand of Sprite?
- What is the best off brand soda?
- Do they still make 7UP?
In baseball, big K means you struck out looking and little k means you struck out swinging (some use a forward k or a backward k too).
If you have a K restriction (CDL Intrastate Only), you are limited to driving in New York State only. you were issued a K restriction because your original CDL was issued prior to September 9, 1999, and. you were not able to meet the federal medical requirements.
It is the brand specially made for Kroger supermarkets, but I think you can also buy them in all the other supermarkets that belong to the Kroger group. Big K offers sodas in many varieties: cola, ginger ale, cherry coke, lime lemon, orange soda, root beer… It also offers drinks similar to Mountain Dew and Dr.
“K” in money means a thousand. In Mathematics, Kilo means thousand, thus, the letter K. For example, 10k money basically just means five thousand (10,000).
Really good and a very good price, just 88 cents (or 79 when on sale). I have tried several Big K sodas and its quality is very good. It is the brand specially made for Kroger supermarkets, but I think you can also buy them in all the other supermarkets that belong to the Kroger group.
7 Up. Sprite (yep!), Kick, Mist Twist, Sierra Mist, and yeah, people just usually call their versions “Lemon-Lime.”
We’ve compiled some of the highest-rated store-brand sodas below:Dr. Perky. Publix’s Mountain Splash. I’ve never been a fan of Mountain Dew, but it’s popular enough to have spawned many store-brand imitations. Winn-Dixie’s Dr. Chek. Sam’s Choice Cola. Go 2 Cola. Safeway’s Refreshe Diet Cola.
7UP is a lemon-lime soda brand owned by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group. With origins tracing back to the 1920s, it’s the oldest remaining lemon-lime soda brand. Though 7UP is still a visible brand today, it now faces stiff competition. 7UP now holds less than 1% market share.