‘Coca-Cola Life,’ Stevia-Sweetened Cola, To Debut In Argentina


Rachel Tepper
The Huffington Post
June 28, 2013

Coca-Cola announced on Wednesday plans to sell the company’s first stevia-sweetened Coke product, Coca-Cola Life, in Argentina beginning this week.

Stevia, a natural sweetener derived from a species of plants native to South America, Central America and Mexico, is sweeter than sugar but has no calories. Coca-Cola Life will have about half the calories of regular Coke.

The news comes months after Coca-Cola announced it would make over Sprite’s recipe in the U.K., subbing in stevia for some of its sugar content. Around the same time, Coca-Cola U.K. released an anti-obesity television commercial.
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