Following a successful launch in Great Britain, new and improved Coca-Cola Zero Sugar is now available in Ireland, replacing Coca-Cola Zero. The drink looks and tastes even more like Coca-Cola Classic, but without sugar.
This month we launched Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, a new and improved sugar free cola. The recipe brings Coca-Cola Zero Sugar closer to the taste of original Coca-Cola Classic, but without sugar, and is supported by a strong marketing
We are committed to providing healthcare professionals with up-to-date information on our drinks, ingredients and active, healthy lifestyle initiatives.
We talk to a wide range of healthcare professionals on a regular basis to understand what they might need from us. We also want to hear about the issues raised by patients around soft drinks and their ingredients, as well as the questions people ask about how soft drinks can be included in a healthy,
The UK Government’s plan to impose a tax on soft drinks containing sugar made headlines after it was announced in the Budget in March. People are curious about what Coca-Cola Great Britain thinks of the proposal; I get asked about it a lot - at work and also at home with friends and family.
While we agree with the Government that obesity rates are too high and need to be reduced, we do not believe additional taxes are the solution. There is no reliable
One of the perks of writing for The Coca-Cola Company, besides the free drinks, is getting to access parts of the company you never knew existed.
When Leopoldo Becerra, quality manager for Coca-Cola Europe, casually referred to the Brussels-based Quality Assurance team as "the Coca-Cola CSI team," the nickname certainly caught my attention.
I took the opportunity of a meeting in Brussels the following
Feeding 9 billion people by 2050 will require improvements in virtually all agricultural supply chains - and that includes ours. With an extensive global supply chain, we embrace our responsibility and opportunity to support and encourage sustainable agriculture practices.
As a general practice, Coca-Cola doesn’t own or operate farms. However, we depend on them to grow the agricultural ingredients we use in our products, which we largely
Makes: 10 slices
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: about 1¼ hours
300ml Diet Coke
225g dried pitted dates, roughly chopped
5ml (1 tsp) bicarbonate of soda
50g dried sour cherries
50g dried cranberries
60ml (4 tbsp) honey
250g self-raising flour
10ml (2 tsp) ground mixed spice
5ml (1 tsp) ground cinnamon
2 medium eggs, lightly beaten
75g pecans or walnuts, chopped
Grease and base line a 900g loaf tin
ver the years many have tried to crack the secret formula of Coca‑Cola, but none have succeeded! But you can find all the ingredients for our products on the labels and our website.
This is a popular urban legend, and totally untrue. Coca‑Cola will not dissolve teeth or meat overnight. There is a small amount of edible acid present in many foods, including fruit juices and soft drinks such as Coca‑Cola, but these foods are not acidic enough to harm your body tissues - in fact, your own natural stomach acid is more acidic.
Any food or drink that contains sugars and starches, including calorific sparkling drinks, can
This is definitely just a rumour. Coca‑Cola has always been brown in colour, since its invention in 1886.
This rumour has taken on many forms, claiming that Coca‑Cola, due to its acidic nature, can be used to clean toilets and corrosion from car batteries, loosen a rusted bolt and remove rust spots from car bumpers, remove grease from clothing, clean road haze from windshields, cook a steak, dissolve teeth and bake a moist ham. The last one, baking a ham basted with Coca‑Cola produces, is actually true and does produce a delicious gravy!