seltzer water


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Sel·ters wa·ter

, Seltzer water
a mineral water containing carbonates of sodium, calcium, and magnesium, and chloride of sodium.
[Nieder Selters, a mineral spring in Prussia]

seltzer water

1. Naturally occurring water with a high mineral and carbon dioxide content.
2. Soda water.
See also: water
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If you don't like plain water, try infusing it with fruit or add a splash of juice to un flavored seltzer water.
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If you don't care for plain water, try one of the many flavored seltzer waters on the market, or infuse your water with natural flavor by adding some sliced fruit.
Among them: in the soft drinks and mixes category, cherry-flavored sodas and multiflavored seltzer waters are hot; in pasta products, instant pasta salad mixes lead the way; and microwaveable products for snacks, baking and even main courses are high on the list.