How are you reducing sugar besides using artificial sweeteners?
We know people have concerns about eating or drinking too much sugar. That is why we’re taking action should you want less of it.
In addition to using artificial sweeteners (also called sugar substitutes) to reduce calories in our Coca-Cola products, we are:
- Rethinking our recipes, reducing sugar in more than 500 of our drinks around the world. This way you can enjoy the same great tastes but with fewer calories.
- Promoting our reduced- and no-sugar options more so you can choose what suits you and your lifestyle and diet. Try our waters, teas and more.
- Making smaller, more convenient pack sizes available. Check out our 7.5-oz mini soda can of Coca-Cola. It only has 90 calories!
Take a closer look at how we’re reducing sugar.
Have you tried Coca-Cola Life? It’s sweetened with a blend of cane sugar and Stevia leaf extract. It has 35% fewer calories and less sugar than Coca-Cola, but with a great taste people love.
How many reduced- and no-sugar options do you offer?
We’re making reduced- and no-sugar versions of many of the drinks you love available and making them easier to find in more places.
- 250 of our 800+ beverages are reduced- and no-sugar in the U.S.
- 19 of our 21 top global brands have a reduced- or no-sugar option
- Nearly 500 new reduced- or no-sugar drinks were launched globally since 2014
What if I want drinks without artificial sweeteners but still want less sugar and fewer calories?
We have many options for every taste and need. This includes 250 options with reduced or no sugar, some of which are drinks without artificial sweeteners (or sugar substitutes). And some might even have zero calories! Try our unsweetened organic tea and waters.
How can I tell if I have a sugar-free soda?
We know it’s important for you to have clear nutrition facts about your favorite beverages. That’s why we make them simple and easy to find.
One of the first places you can look is the ingredients list next to the Nutrition Facts label. It’s on the back of every can or bottle. If the product lists high fructose corn syrup or cane sugar, it’s not sugar-free.
The SmartLabel™ QR codes on our bottles and cans also include nutrition facts about our Coca-Cola products; so does Our Products page.
Click here for tips on how to read a nutrition label.