Coca-Cola Life

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Coca-Cola Life
Coca-Cola Life with stevia and sugar, Argentina, june 2013.jpg
Coca-Cola Life PET bottle
Type Diet Cola
Manufacturer The Coca-Cola Company
Country of origin Argentina
Introduced 2013
Color Caramel E-150d
Flavor Cola
Related products Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Zero, Coca-Cola Light, Coca-Cola Cherry, Coca-Cola C2, Diet Coke, Diet Pepsi, Pepsi ONE, Pepsi Max and Tab
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Coca-Cola Life is a product of Coca Cola launched in Argentina in June 2013, and in Chile in November of that year. It was created in Argentina after five years of research in the country.[1]

It is the first version of the soft drink to be produced with stevia and sugar as sweeteners. Coca-Cola Life has been launched in the USA, Frontier of Mexico and Sweden, in September 2014; and is undergoing trials in the UK as of August 2014.[2][3]

It is a lower calorie version of Coca-Cola, having 27kcal/100mL, containing 60% of the calories of classic Coke.[4] Coca-Cola Life will co-exist with Diet Coke and Coca-Cola Zero[5] in the Argentine and Chile market.

It can be compared with Pepsi Next, which also uses Stevia as a sweetener.

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