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  • Coca-Cola quietly removes sugar from its drinks
  • Coca-Cola quietly removes sugar from its drinks
    Lars Plougmann (2016) ©
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Coca-Cola quietly removes sugar from its drinks

Despite health warnings, people still like to treat themselves to a fizzy drink for a sweet pick-me-up. But Coca-Cola announced that it has been using less sugar in some of its staple products, so people might not have been getting that same sugar hit they're used to after all.

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