UK: Coca-Cola to remove preservative from Diet Coke

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 30 May 2008

The Coca-Cola Co is phasing out the preservative sodium benzoate (E211) from its Diet Coke brand in the UK with expectations of complete removal by August, the company confirmed today (30 May).

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The Coca-Cola Co is phasing out the preservative sodium benzoate (E211) from its Diet Coke brand in the UK with expectations of complete removal by August, the company confirmed today (30 May).

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