Partly sweetened by Stevia, moss green label, available from September 2014.
Coke has announced that it will turn all of its 10 million vending machines worldwide hydrofluorocarbon-free by 2015. This is a major, ambitious move, as those machines emit 15 million tons of greenhouse gases annually and comprise 40% of Coke’s carbon footprint.
Can 10 Million Green Vending Machines Keep Coke Cool? : TreeHugger
“We were approaching the day we were going to shoot that scene, which I was looking forward to, and they said, ‘we’re not going to be able to use Coke. We’ll have to use…Brand X soda or something.’ I said that’s not the same thing. Coke is so iconic around the world. It’s a symbol, of America, of a certain way of life.”
“But the Coca-Cola Company has a policy. …that they have never allowed their product to be shown in an R-rated movie.”
The can, which will debut in December, holds 7.5 ounces of liquid, less than two-thirds of a 12-ounce container. Instead of the usual “Coca-Cola” script, it’s stamped with the loud promise, “90 calories per can.”
Is the Coke mini can the new light cigarette? - By William Saletan - Slate Magazine
Used to watch C-C on the old halvorsen.org, picking it up again over here at tlog.