FAST FOOD NEWS: Jack in the Box Jumpin’ Jack Splash

Jack in the Box Jumpin Jack Splash

Jack in the Box is the latest chain to get its own exclusive Coca-Cola Freestyle beverage.

Jumpin’ Jack Splash uses Minute Maid Lemonade as the base and includes cherry, lime, and raspberry flavoring. The beverage is also non-carbonated and is available in regular or diet.

It’s being offered at more than 2,200 locations with Coca-Cola Freestyle machines.

A 16-ounce regular serving has 226 calories, 0 grams of fat, 0 milligrams of cholesterol, 42 milligrams of sodium, 61 grams of carbohydrates, 58 grams of sugar, and 0 grams of protein.

If you’ve tried it, let us know what you think of it in the comments.

(Image via Jack in the Box’s website.)

21 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Jack in the Box Jumpin’ Jack Splash”

    1. Not quite because it’s Minute Maid Lemonade as the base and includes raspberry, CHERRY, and LIME (not just RASPBERRY).

      I had also never heard of FIREHOUSE SUBS, but I did a quick search and there’s one 5 miles away from me, so I’m gonna be checking it out!

  1. I’m finishing my first one as I write this, and I’m in love. Big fan of cherry limeade already, and raspberry is my favorite berry, even when it’s a fake flavoring. I kinda wish it was carbonated, at least lightly, and I’m tempted to see if I could bubble it a little with my Soda Stream. Pretty sure as long as they have it it’ll be my drink when I go to Jack’s, which is rare so hopefully it stays! Had the diet version as I hardly need the extra sugar when treating myself to fast food.

  2. This is Delish!!! I just did a drive-thru run for the drink specifically! refreshingly sweet and tasty! love this drink!

  3. I tried it a few nights ago and really liked it. If I were making my own I would mix sprite in with it as well.

    1. Patricia – Jack finally updated their website to reflect nutritional values for the diet version:

      SERVING SIZE (G) 1255
      CALORIES 43.05
      CALORIES FROM FAT 0
      TOTAL FAT (G) 0
      SATURATED FAT (G) 0
      TRANS FAT (G) 0
      CHOLESTEROL (MG) 0
      SODIUM (MG) 129.64
      POTASSIUM (MG) 47.19
      CARBOHYDRATES (G) 7.91
      DIETARY FIBER (G) 0
      SUGARS (G) 0
      PROTEIN (G) 0

      1. You’re correct Diet does not Universally mean no carbs or calories but it is widely accepted and used in the industry to represent such a thing in beverages. IMO this is false advertising by Jack in the box. What ingredient are they using that gives it carbs which is also obviously where the calories are coming from. It contains no fruit juice. This is honesty the one and only diet beverage I’ve ever seen that contains carbs and calories and is also listed as a coke product but contains zero coke. So now as asked, what artificial ingredients are actually being used here, because it’s probably cancer producing

  4. Love this drink. So refreshing! I dont drink pop so this wasca nice alternative. Have been drinking the diet version but would love to know what’s in it; calories, any carbs, what sugar substitute and amount of sodium?

  5. Love this drink. So refreshing! I dont drink pop so this was a nice alternative. Have been drinking the diet version but would love to know what’s in it; calories, any carbs, what sugar substitute and amount of sodium?

    1. Migs – Jack-in-the-box finally updated their website to reflect nutritional values for the diet version. I didn’t see the sugar substitute being used, but I wasn’t looking for it. 🙂

      SERVING SIZE (G) 1255
      CALORIES 43.05
      CALORIES FROM FAT 0
      TOTAL FAT (G) 0
      SATURATED FAT (G) 0
      TRANS FAT (G) 0
      CHOLESTEROL (MG) 0
      SODIUM (MG) 129.64
      POTASSIUM (MG) 47.19
      CARBOHYDRATES (G) 7.91
      DIETARY FIBER (G) 0
      SUGARS (G) 0
      PROTEIN (G) 0

  6. If it’s diet there is zero calories and carbs… hence the term diet….aka no sugar, where all non drinks derive their calories and carbs from….

    1. Not accurate. Diet does NOT universally mean zero calories or carbs.

      And, the person posting also is asking for the type of diet sweetener used, because not all of us can use all the ones out there, and sodium content, for obvious reasons.

      Just Kimberly
      Type 1 Diabetic

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