I heard The Coca-Cola Company offers smaller package sizes. Can you tell me more?

We have smaller packaging with the same great taste

We have a commitment to give people the drinks they want. This includes drinks with reduced sugar. But we have to go beyond what’s inside our cans and bottles.

That’s why we’re providing smaller, more convenient sizes of many of our drinks. This can help make it easier to control sugar intake. It also helps with portion control.

Today, about 40% of our soft drink brands in the U.S. come in a smaller serving size, like our 7.5-oz mini soda cans.

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Our Way Forward commitment

For years, we’ve given you the drinks you want and love. And as times change, we want to grow and change with you. That’s why we are listening carefully and doing more. We are putting you at the center of all we do. Your tastes and needs come first. We call this Our Way Forward.

Our smaller product sizes are just one way we’re committed to helping you control your sugar and calorie intake. Check out the video above to learn more about our 7.5-oz mini soda cans on YouTube.

How else are we putting you at the center of all we do?

Reducing Sugar

While sugar in moderation is fine, too much sugar isn’t good for anyone. That’s why we’re rethinking many of our recipes. Coca-Cola Life, for example, is sweetened with a blend of cane sugar and Stevia leaf extract. It has 35% fewer calories and less sugar than Coca-Cola.

Since 2014, we’ve launched nearly 500 new reduced- or no-sugar drinks globally. And in the U.S., 250 of the 800+ beverages we offer are reduced- and no-sugar.

Offering different drinks

We know not everyone drinks soda. So we are making new options to fit every taste. We have more than 800 in the U.S., including organic teacoconut waterready-to-drink coffeepurified waterjuices and more.

Evolving our recipes

We're finding new ways to add vitamins, minerals and electrolytes in some of our drinks. We’re also adding new flavors. Try Sprite Cherry ZeroDiet Coke Ginger LimeDASANI Sparkling Meyer Lemon and more.

Putting calorie information where you can see it

We are putting calorie information on the front of packages and on the front of our vending and fountain machines.

No advertising targeted to children under 12

We cannot control everything a child sees. But we do not advertise in media where the audience is more than 35% children under age 12, anywhere in the world. That’s our policy. It applies to all products and brands we sell, everywhere in the world.