More Choices. Less Sugar.
America’s leading beverage companies – The Coca-Cola Company, Keurig Dr Pepper and PepsiCo – are bringing consumers more choices with less sugar than ever. From sparkling, flavored and bottled waters to zero sugar sports drinks, teas and sodas, consumers are taking advantage of these choices. In fact, today nearly 60% of beverages sold are zero sugar. Americans are looking for more choices to support them in their efforts to find balance, and America’s beverage companies are delivering.
Together, The Coca-Cola Company, Keurig Dr Pepper and PepsiCo are offering more choices with less sugar than ever before. These choices include sparkling, flavored and bottled waters, and zero sugar sports drinks, teas and sodas.
A majority of beverage brands now come in 7.5 oz containers for those who want a little less.
We removed full-calorie soft drinks from schools, and we are working to increase access to beverages with less sugar in communities where it’s needed most.
Today, nearly 60% of beverages sold have zero sugar.
We encourage consumers to thing about balance when choosing a beverage with signs on coolers and displays in store. We’re also working with local organizations to build awareness of the variety of choices available.
In 2014, The Coca-Cola Company, Keurig Dr Pepper and PepsiCo joined forces in a landmark agreement to reduce beverage calories in the American diet. These companies set an ambitious goal to reduce beverage calories consumed per person nationally by 20% by 2025. Because of these actions, today we are halfway to that goal.
We’re promoting calorie awareness and balance on point-of-sale equipment nationwide to help consumers make informed choices.
One more than 3 million vending machines, self-serve fountain equipment and retail coolers, consumers see clear calorie counts and messages that encourage them to consider calorie balance when making their choices.