Coca-Cola with Lemon
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|Manufacturer||The Coca-Cola Company|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Variants||Diet Coke with Lemon|
|Related products||Coca-Cola with Lime|
Coca-Cola with Lemon is a soft drink brand owned by The Coca-Cola Company, launched to compete with Pepsi Twist. It is produced and distributed by The Coca-Cola Company's bottlers. Diet Coke with Lemon was introduced in the United States in 2001 and is still available as a semi-sugar free version in Coca-Cola Freestyle machines.
Production and distribution
Coca-Cola Light with Lemon is still available in:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Brasil (as limited edition for the first semester of 2017).
- Hungary (from 2018)
- Italy (from 2017)
- New Caledonia
- South Africa
- Ukraine (2017)
- West Bank-Gaza
Coca-Cola Light with Lemon has been discontinued in:
- Australia (returned in November 2013 and sold for limited time only until discontinued)
- New Zealand
- Norway (2005) (Returned in 2017 with a zero variant instead)
- United Kingdom (as Diet Coke with Lemon discontinued early 2006)
In 2014 Coca-Cola with Lemon was temporarily restocked in Japan. The product went to 16,622 different 7-Elevens throughout Japan. The bottle was reintroduced with new packaging, and was only on shelves until supplies lasted. 
There are different variations of the drink, one being Coca-Cola Lemon Zero Sugar. This drink is only exclusive only to Italy. The drink is sold in a glass bottle, PET, and aluminium cans. 
- “‘Awesome! Lemon Coke Is Back!" Say Tens of Consumers in Japan.” SoraNews24, SoraNews24, 1 July 2014, soranews24.com/2014/07/02/awesome-lemon-coke-is-back-say-tens-of-consumers-in-japan/.
- “Coca-Cola Lemon Zero Sugar Zero Calories Launches in Italy.” The Coca-Cola Company, 9 May 2017, www.coca-colacompany.com/stories/coca-cola-lemon-zero-sugar-launches-in-italy.
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