Coca-Cola contains sugar from sugar cane. The cane sugar is the same as you would buy in a supermarket to use at home in cooking, in your tea and coffee or in other drinks.
Around 80 per cent of the sugar used in our drinks is grown in Australia, mostly in tropical north Queensland and northern New South Wales.
Coca-Cola Classic contains 10.6g of sugar per 100ml.
For more information about the actions we are taking to help address the concerns our customers may have about their sugar intake, check out our infographic.
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