On every Coca-Cola can and bottle you’ll find information about what the drink contains, including Reference Intakes (RIs), so you can see how it contributes to your daily consumption. The calories, sugar, fat, saturated fat and salt values are provided in amounts per serving, and as a percentage of your RI, so you know exactly how much of everything is in your drink.
We've also adopted the Department of Health’s voluntary front-of-pack labelling scheme and its colour coded system (pictured above) across all of our drinks.
Some of our drinks contain extra beneficial components, so we go into more detail on those labels. For example, the Glaceau Vitaminwater range provides additional vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, and these are all written up on the nutritional panel. On other drinks, such as our sugar free range, we flag up the fact they contain 'no added sugar' on the front of the pack.
On the back of all of our products, you'll also see a nutrition panel showing the 'Big 8' which includes energy, protein, carbohydrate, carbohydrate of which sugars, fat, saturated fat, fibre and salt. Details are provided per 100ml of product as required by law.
There’s also an ingredients list on every label, where we always highlight any allergens in the drink.
Our 500ml bottles of Coca-Cola Classic, Coca-Cola Life, Coca-Cola Zero Sugar and Diet Coke display the On-Pack Recycling Label (known as OPRL) – a symbol that promotes recycling clearly and consistently.
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