Coca-Cola is everywhere. The drink is sold in just about every supermarket, drug store and gas station across the country and throughout the world. Not much has changed since the product's inception except, of course, the price.
Looking to avoid a label on their products that would warn consumers about an elevated cancer risk, both Coke and Pepsi have changed their cola formulas.
Coke and Pepsi are making some changes to their formula to avoid having their cans slapped with a cancer warning label
Blame the economy. Blame changing dietary trends. One things for sure - the Coca Cola you see on store shelves is changing. And though we're not talking "New Coke" change circa 1984, you'll still probably notice the difference
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