Do you have sugar-free drinks?

Yes, we have sugar-free drinks. 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. This includes reducing sugar in more than 500 of our drinks around the world.

Try these options, including sugar-free soda:


How can I tell how much sugar is in my drink?

We know it’s important for you to have clear nutrition facts about your favorite beverages. That’s why we make it simple and easy to find. Look at the Nutrition Facts label on our products to find out how much sugar there is. Our SmartLabel QR codes on our cans and bottles also include nutrition facts about our Coca-Cola products. So does Our Products page.

Click here for tips on how to read nutrition labels.

For answers to other common sugar-related questions, check out our FAQ page.


How else are you reducing sugar?

In addition to rethinking our recipes and reducing sugar in more than 500 of our drinks around the world, we are:

1. Making more reduced- and no-sugar versions of many of the drinks you love available and making them easier to find

- 19 of our 21 top global brands have a reduced- or no-sugar option

- Since 2014, we’ve launched nearly 500 new reduced- or no-sugar drinks globally

- In the U.S., 250 of the 800+ beverages we offer are reduced- and no-sugar

2. Promoting our reduced- and no-sugar options more. We want to give you choices. So we're advertising our no-sugar versions of Coca-Cola right next to the original Coca-Cola taste. Choose what suits you and your lifestyle and diet. We call this our “One Brand” global marketing strategy. 

3. Exploring new sugar substitutes. We are using new sugar substitutes to make new drinks with fewer calories. Coca-Cola Life is one example. It is 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.

4. Providing smaller, more convenient packaging. We have 7.5 oz mini soda cans and other smaller sizes to make it easier for you to reduce sugar. In fact, about 40% of our soft drink brands come in these smaller sizes in the U.S., like our 7.5-oz mini soda can

5. Supporting limits to added sugar intake. Several leading health authorities, including the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans, say that children and adults should limit added sugar to no more than 10% of their total energy/calorie consumption.

And if you’re interested in the variety of drinks we offer, check out our Coca-Cola product portfolio. We have organic teacoconut waterready-to-drink coffeejuice and more.


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