Each month we take one of your questions and ask an in-house expert at Coca-Cola GB to answer it. This month it’s Health and Nutrition Manager Anna Wheeler’s turn to explain…
This is a question I get asked a lot.
I can see where the confusion comes from. Both Diet Coke and Coca-Cola Zero Sugar allow you to enjoy your favourite soft drink without the sugar and calories you get in Coca-Cola Classic.
That’s because both
Not sure what the difference is between Coca-Cola Zero Sugar and Diet Coke, or Coca-Cola Classic and Coca-Cola Life? Find out in this infographic, where we explain what makes our four colas different. It's one of the ways we're providing more choice and making sure there's a drink out there for everyone!
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Find out how we're helping people enjoy less sugar (infographic).
No. The caffeine in Coca‑Cola products is not addictive – and this includes Coca‑Cola, Diet Coke and Coke Zero. The Coca‑Cola Company has used caffeine as a safe ingredient for over 125 years and it is one of the most studied food and drink ingredients in the world.
For those people who prefer soft drinks made without caffeine, we provide a range of options including Caffeine-Free Diet Coke, Sprite, Lilt and Fanta.
Addiction is a term that is often
The Food Standards Agency recommends that if you live in the UK you should drink six to eight glasses of fluid per day. Staying hydrated is vital for every aspect of everyday life.
Sparkling drinks, both regular and low-calorie, contain between 85 and 99 per cent water, which means they can help quench thirst and count towards your recommended daily fluid intake.
We offer a range of drinks with and without calories that contribute to your daily liquid
Staying cool has never looked this hot.
Coca-Cola and adidas Originals are teaming up for a limited-edition ClimaCool 1 shoe inspired by the visual identity of Coca-Cola.
Debuting with an OG red Coca-Cola design ahead of UEFA EURO 2016 (find out how you can win tickets), the model unites the original ClimaCool silhouette with a futuristic design that captured the essence of one of footwear’s most important eras.
“adidas and Coca-Cola originally
Sugar! It’s an ingredient we read and hear a lot about. But did you know that Coca-Cola Zero Sugar contains absolutely no sugar at all? Here are five more facts about the way we're helping you enjoy less sugar...
1. We have a reduced or no-sugar, no-calorie option for almost all our drinks
Want your favourite drink, but don’t want the sugar? No problem.
We offer more than 80 drinks across 20 different brands in Great Britain, which includes great-tasting,
Just because an item’s made from rubbish, it doesn’t mean it needs to look like rubbish. That’s the ethos behind eco artist and designer Sarah Turner’s exquisite work, which includes handmade flowers, vases, lights and other unique sculptures transformed from recycled Coca-Cola bottles and cans – some of which you can make at home!
A design graduate from Nottingham Trent University with her own online shop, Sarah benefits from being one of our 5by20
22 Apr 2016
22 April 2016: Earlier this year we announced that our “one brand” marketing strategy would be going global with a new creative campaign, and today we’re excited to reveal the new packaging in Great Britain.
The new “One Brand” packaging graphics were revealed at a launch event in Mexico on Monday night and will be available in stores in Mexico the first week of May. Similar versions of the Red Disc graphics will roll out into additional markets
19 Apr 2016
Coca-Cola Great Britain (CCGB) today announced the next step in its strategy to help people reduce their sugar intake – a new and improved sugar-free Coca-Cola which will be in stores this summer. ‘Coca-Cola Zero Sugar’, which will replace Coke Zero, will taste even more like the original Coca-Cola (Coca-Cola Classic), but without sugar, and will be supported by a £10 million marketing campaign designed to get more people to choose no sugar.
This summer Coca-Cola Great Britain will launch Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, a new and improved sugar-free Coca-Cola which will replace Coca-Cola Zero. The drink will taste and look even more like the original Coca-Cola, but without sugar.
Coca-Cola Zero Sugar is the next step in the company’s strategy to help people reduce their sugar intake, and will be available from the end of June. It’s the result of years of innovation and recipe development and will