Yes. None of the Coca‑Cola or Schweppes brands contain gluten. People with gluten intolerance or coeliac disease should talk to their healthcare provider about including soft drinks as part of their diet.
Many of our drinks contain artificial sweeteners, so we can deliver all the taste of Coca‑Cola drinks without the added sugar. These products include Diet Coke, Sprite Zero, Schweppes Diet Lemonade and Kia-Ora No Added Sugar Orange. By offering drinks with artificial sweeteners as well as classic versions, we provide you options from which you can make the choice that's right for you and your lifestyle.
You can find full nutritional information
We know that many people who enjoy our drinks are keen to cut down on the calories that come from sugar, which is why approximately 30% of our sales volume in Ireland are either sugar free or low in sugar. All our drinks have nutritional and RI labelling so you can make the right choice about which drink is right for you.
The following drinks do not contain any added sugar:
Caffeine Free Diet Coke
For the vast majority of our drinks, yes. None of the Coca‑Cola and Schweppes brands contain milk, eggs or any products derived from mammals. However, vegans and vegetarians should note that a few of our drinks contain small traces of fish gelatine, which is used as a stabiliser for the beta-carotene colour. These products include Lilt and Kia-Ora Orange Squash No Added Sugar.
It’s hard to imagine now, but at the beginning of their lives your favourite drinks were born nameless. So, how did their inventors come up with the titles that now roll off our tongues? We investigate, drink by drink…
On 8 May 1886, Dr Pemberton nailed the formula, but it was his bookkeeper who came up with the name. Frank M Robinson, suggested that “the two Cs would look well in advertising”.
And with that, Robinson