DavePops and LukePops are made with process duble'. Therefore they both are able to be made using whole fruits, juices, soy and nut milks, sodas and even energy drinks as the predominant ingredients. The big difference between the two is that DavePops adds sugar and LukePops are sugar free.
DavePops are currently available in 3 categories: whole fruit, soy milk (Silk), and water based (juice, soda and energy drink). Fruits and soys share the exact same ingredient list: base + sugar + pectin. The water base shares these same ingredients but also adds a very small amount of a fiber called imulin. This fiber adds body since these are basically just water.
Since they all share the same basic ingredients they also are very similar in the number of calories, both having around 100 per serving. However, flavors including chocolate and or toffee chips contain around 155 calories per serving.
As far as carbs are concerned, all flavors contain around 22; again, except for the flavors with chocolate and toffee chips.
LukePops are available in 2 categories: whole fruit and soda (water based). LukePops, also like DavePops consist of either fruits or soda as the primary ingredient for the base. Then polydextrose, splenda, glycerin and pectin is added. The fruit based pops have around 11 carbs and 55 calories. The soda based pops have 10 carbs with 22 calories.
New Dave Pops Flavors "Snack on a Stick": Chai Protein & Apple Pie Oat Crust have around 100 Calories, Strawberry Peanut Butter has around 160 Calories