None of our drinks contain gluten.
If you have gluten intolerance or coeliac disease, you should consult your doctor.
Get the facts about all our drinks
It’s a long list…
Coca‑Cola Zero Sugar
Caffeine Free Diet Coke
Fanta Orange Zero
Schweppes Slimline Indian Tonic Water
Schweppes Slimline Lemonade
Schweppes Soda Water
Kia-Ora Orange No Added Sugar Orange
Kia-Ora Orange No Added Sugar Orange Double Concentrate
Kia-Ora No Added Sugar Mixed Fruit
Kia-Ora No Added Sugar Pear & Blackcurrant
Kia-Ora No Added Sugar Pear & Blackcurrant Double Concentrate
The vast majority, yes.
All of our Coca‑Cola and Schweppes brands are the same in that they contain no milk, no eggs, nor any products derived from mammals.
If you’re a vegan or a vegetarian, you should know that a few of our drinks do contain small traces of fish gelatine (which is used as a stabiliser for the beta-carotene colour). These drinks are Lilt, Lilt Zero, Kia-Ora Orange Squash No Added Sugar and Schweppes Orange Squash.
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