What products are gluten-free drinks?
Many are gluten-free drinks, like these favorites:
- Blue Sky Soda
- Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coke Zero Sugar
- CORE POWER protein milk shake
- DASANI, DASANI Flavors, DASANI Sparkling
- Dunkin’ Donuts
- Fanta soda
- Fresca soda
- Fuze iced tea
- Gold Peak Unsweetened Tea
- Honest Tea, Honest Kids
- McDonald's McCafé ready-to-drink coffee
- Minute Maid and Simply Orange
- odwalla 100% orange juice and odwalla quenchers
- POWERADE, POWERADE Zero
- Seagram’s Ginger Ale, Seagram’s Club Soda, Seagram’s Seltzer Water
- Sprite, Sprite Zero
- ZICO coconut water
Is Coke gluten-free? Is Diet Coke gluten-free?
If you are not sure if there’s gluten in our sodas or other drinks, refer to the ingredients list next to the Nutrition Facts label on our cans and bottles. Look for words like wheat, rye or barley. If you don’t have product on hand, visit Our Products page. And if you have more questions concerning a gluten-free diet, consult your doctor.
Is orange juice gluten-free?
Our Minute Maid, Simply Orange, and odwalla 100% orange juices are gluten-free. Some of our juice drinks, however, may include gluten. One way to check is by looking at the ingredients list on our bottles and cans.
What does it mean to be “gluten-free”?
4 things to know about gluten and what it means to be “gluten-free”:
- Gluten is a protein found in grains like wheat, rye, barley and a blend of these grains.
- Gluten is commonly found in pastas, breads, gravy, some sauces and seasonings. It gives breads their shape, strength and elastic structure.
- To be gluten-free, the FDA says foods or drinks must contain less than 20 parts per million of gluten.
- Bottled spring water, fruits, vegetables, milk, eggs, meat and more are naturally gluten-free.
How will I know what drinks have gluten?
We understand that people have different types of diets, whether that is vegan, lactose or gluten-free. And we know it’s important for you to have the answers you need at your fingertips on what ingredients we use.
If you are not sure if there’s gluten in any of our drinks, refer to the ingredients list next to the Nutrition Facts label on our bottles and cans. Look for words like wheat, rye or barley. If you don’t have product on hand, visit Our Products page. And if you have more questions concerning a gluten-free diet, consult your doctor.