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LaCroix may be No. 1 selling sparkling water, but does it taste best? We pit it against 10 brands

Peek into any office fridge, and you'll find it - cans of sparkling water in flavors like grapefruit, lime and raspberry sitting chilled, waiting to be consumed.

One of the most well-known brands is probably LaCroix, with its pastel-watercolor-swirled cans and seemingly French origins from that name. (It actually originated in Wisconsin and is now

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