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COCA-COLA CUTTING SUGAR

“We’re listening. Sugar in moderation is fine, too much isn’t good for anyone,” reads a recent Coca-Cola advertisement which appeared in newspapers in Australia following the news Coca-Cola South Pacific and Coca-Cola Amatil will reduce sugar content in their non-alcoholic drinks by by 2025. “We have been part of the Australian community for 80 years and, as people’s tastes and preferences have changed, so have we,” says Coca-Cola South Pacific president Vamsi Mohan. “We will increase the pace of change to offer more great-tasting drinks in line with.

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