About this item
- Great Coca-Cola taste, zero sugar
- Refreshing, crisp taste pairs perfectly with a meal or with friends
- 34 mg of caffeine in each 12 oz serving
- 12 FL OZ in each can
- This sparkling beverage is best enjoyed ice-cold for maximum refreshment
Whatever you call it, nothing compares to the refreshing, crisp taste of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar. Enjoy with friends, on the go or with a meal. Whatever the occasion, wherever you are, Coca-Cola Zero Sugar makes life’s special moments a little bit better.
The great taste of Coca-Cola has stood the test of time. And Coca-Cola Zero Sugar brings you a Coca-Cola taste with zero sugar. Between the delicious taste and refreshing fizz, it’s sure to give you that “ahhh” moment whenever you want it.
Coca-Cola is available in many different options, including Coca-Cola Original Taste, Coca-Cola Caffeine Free, and a variety of all-time favorite flavors like Coca-Cola Cherry and Coca-Cola Vanilla. Whatever you’re looking for, there’s a Coca-Cola to satisfy your taste buds.
Every sip, every “ahhh,” every smile—find that feeling with Coca-Cola Zero Sugar. Best enjoyed ice-cold for maximum refreshment. Grab a Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, take a sip and find your “ahhh” moment.
Enjoy Coca-Cola Zero Sugar.
Serving Size: 1.0 can
Serving Per Container: 12
Amount 1 Can (355mL):
Allergens & Warnings:Phenylketonurics: Contains phenylalanine.
Q: What is the soda sweetened with? aspertaine or something else?
A: It contains Aspartame. 7 Things to Know about Aspartame, Phenylalanine, and Those Scary Warnings on Soft Drinks Fooducate community member Skyler asks about a warning she saw on a pack of gum - "Phenylketonurics - contains phenylalanine" What is this? And what does it have to do with chewing gum? Or diet soda? What you need to know: 1. Phenylalanine is an amino acid. Amino acids sounds scary, but they are actually the building blocks of protein. 2. Phenylalanine is actually an essential amino acid. This means the body cannot create any on its own, and thus must receive it as part of a diet, usually when consuming proteins. 3. So where can one find phenylalanine? In breast milk (for babies), and in most animal products (meat, dairy, eggs). 4. Oh, and in aspartame too. Yes, that cursed artificial sweetener breaks down into several components in our body, one of them being phenylalanine. So what's with the warning? 5. Turns out that one in 15,000 people in the world has a genetic disorder called Phenylketonuria. Their body can't metabolize synthesize phenylalanine. As it builds up in the body, it causes all sorts of bad things to happen, such as mental retardation, seizures, and other brain damage. 6. People suffering from Phenylketonuria (or PKU) are called phenylketonurics. They need to constantly monitor their protein intake. They are also warned about consumption of products containing aspartame - hence the warning on labels - "Phenylketonurics - contains phenylalanine". 7. If you don't have PKU, you probably don't need to worry about harmful health effects of phenylalanine. But that doesn't mean that aspartame is healthy for you, or that diet drinks are a healthy choice. As for gum - choose those sweetened with Xylitol. If anyone of our readers suffers from PKU, give us a shout and tell us of your experience making the right food choices.submitted byAspartame - 5 years ago