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|Manufacturer||The Coca-Cola Company|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Variants||Caffeine-Free Diet Coke|
Caffeine-Free Coca-Cola was introduced in 1983 as a caffeine-free variant of Coca-Cola. It was introduced to compete against Pepsi Free, which is now called Caffeine-Free Pepsi. The diet variant, Caffeine-Free Diet Coke, was the first variant of Diet Coke and was introduced in 1984, one year after the regular Coke version. In 2013, Caffeine-Free Coca-Cola Zero was introduced in America.
In April 1985, Caffeine-Free Coca-Cola was switched to the unpopular New Coke formula and did not switch back to the Coca-Cola Classic formula until 1989. The word "Classic" was removed from the label in spring 2011 in the U.S.
There are 140 calories in a 12-fluid-ounce can of Caffeine-Free Coca-Cola. There are 45 mg of sodium and 39g of total carbohydrates, of which 39g is sugar.
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