23 Mar 2017
Fanta is the UK’s favourite fruit-flavoured sparkling soft drink. And this year, the much-loved brand is getting transformed – with a new look and logo and an industry-first bottle design across the whole Fanta range. Plus a new reduced-sugar recipe for Fanta Orange.
“As well as a new visual identity, we’ve been working hard to reduce the sugar without compromising on the taste,” says Aedamar Howlett, Marketing Director of Coca-Cola Great Britain.
We are committed to being a helpful partner in the fight against obesity. To do this we are focusing our efforts on reducing the sugar in our drinks and offering a range of lower and no sugar drinks, providing smaller portions including our 250ml can, helping people to make informed choices about the drink they choose by putting the government’s voluntary colour-coded labelling scheme on the front of all of our packs and increasing our marketing
Gavin Partington is the Director General of the British Soft Drinks Association (BSDA). The BSDA is the collective voice of the British soft drinks industry. Here he explains the innovative ways the sector is helping to lead the way in sugar reduction. And how these efforts have helped to bring about a 16% reduction in the amount of sugar British people are consuming from soft drinks over the past 4 years.
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8 Dec 2016
As part of our reporting around our support of health and well-being scientific research, partnerships and collaborations, we are also sharing the list of health and scientific professionals or experts with whom we have collaborated and consulted.
The Coca-Cola Company, one of its branches or subsidiaries, or The Coca-Cola Foundation provides funding to support their efforts to share scientific expertise, practical nutrition, physical activity, and
On 12 November, Mumsnet will be hosting their annual Blogfest in London, which celebrates sharp writing and big ideas. Look out for the team from Coca-Cola Great Britain, who’ll be there to meet and greet guests, and showcase all there is to know about the company.
If you’re a parent then it’s more than likely you’ve heard of Mumsnet. One of the biggest online networks created ‘by parents for parents’, and visited by more than 9.4 million mums and
When it comes to aspartame, there’s a lot of confusion and misinformation out there. If you were put to the test, could you spot aspartame fiction from aspartame fact?
Aspartame is a sweetener made from the same building blocks of protein found in everyday foods like meat, fish and eggs.
It is used by food and drink manufacturers in a range of products including yoghurts, chewing gum and soft drinks.
It’s around 200 times sweeter than sugar
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).
Do you love your favourite soft drink but want to cut down on your sugar intake? Well did you know that all our sparkling soft drinks have a reduced sugar or sugar-free buddy?
Take Coca-Cola Zero Sugar - its new and improved recipe means it tastes even more like Coca-Cola Classic. Under its previous name of Coca-Cola Zero, 5 in 10 people didn’t know that the drink actually contained zero sugar. We’re now actively encouraging more people to make a
Bobby Brittain has been working for Coca-Cola for more than a decade. Here he explains how the company has invested £10m into promoting an alternative drink option to help people reduce their sugar intake.
I'm incredibly excited for Coca-Cola Great Britain to be the first market to launch Coca-Cola Zero Sugar. It’s a real privilege. I’ve been with Coca-Cola for more than 12 years – I was here for the first launch of Coca-Cola Zero back in 2006 –