One can of soda has about 16 teaspoons of sugar.
In a regular (not diet) 12 oz can of soda there is up to 40 grams of sugar, which is close to 10 teaspoons.
About 6.6 teaspoons per ounce of baking soda.
The average can of soda has about 10 teaspoons of sugar.
96 teaspoons = 16 ounces :)
The amount of sugar in soda pop varies from soda pop to soda pop. The average amount is 8 - 20 teaspoons, depending on variety choosen.
It depends on the soda - there are many different kinds of soda on the market!A serving of soda is equal to 12 ounces. Lemon-lime soda contains 37.6 grams of added sugar per serving, and ginger ale contains 31.8 grams, each of which is equal to about 9 1/2 teaspoons of sugar. Cola has 38.9 grams of added sugar per serving, and pepper-type soda varieties contain 38.2 grams. Cola and pepper-type sodas have about 9 3/4 teaspoons of sugar. Root beer contains 39.2 grams of sugar per serving, which is almost 10 teaspoons of sugar. Cream soda is among your worst choices with 49.3 grams per serving or 12 1/3 teaspoons. Grape and orange-flavored sodas contain between 42 and 45 grams of sugar, which is a little more than 10 teaspoons. Keep in mind that if you drink a 16-ounce or 20-ounce bottle of soda, your intake of sugar will be much higher.