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  • Coca-Cola launches premium milk
  • Coca-Cola launches premium milk
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Coca-Cola launches premium milk

Coca-Cola managed to make water premium with the launch of Smart Water, and now it hopes to do the same for milk. The company boasts its drink will be powered up to be high-protein, high-calcium and low-sugar – and it'll be sold at twice the price of a normal pint.

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