Coca-Cola Life (U.S.)

We wrote about the cane sugar and stevia-sweetened Coca-Cola Life earlier this year when they were being sold only in South America. But now they’re in the U.S. Well, to be more exact, they’re available right now in the U.S. at The Fresh Market stores in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and South and Central Florida. The nationwide rollout will be happening in October. (Spotted by Kelly at The Fresh Market.)

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5 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Coca-Cola Life”

  1. Have high hopes for this, but $5 for 6 bottles? Seriously? Get to spend a lot more for so much less? I get the ‘healthier’ idea but at those prices, I’d just rather continue to limit my intake of the real stuff and save money.

    1. It’s because they are glass bottles. I know Mexican coke is a dollar a bottle and it’s the glass bottles. Mind you that is like 12 ounces a bottle and these are 8.

  2. I’ve been trying to cut back on sugary sodas for years, and this stuff actually tastes pretty good. Much better than Diet Coke or Diet Pepsi. Zevia Cola however has zero calories and no sugar, so it might be a better choice for diabetics. Tasting them side-by-side, I prefer Coke Life. The slight bit of sugar keeps it from having that dreaded “diet” soda taste.

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