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US soft drinks giant Coca-Cola Company has reportedly chosen Sweden to test launch its sugar-free Coca-Cola Light soft drink.

Coca-Cola has started the production of the new light drink at its plant in Jordbro outside Stockholm, local reports said yesterday (11 January). It will be launched on the Swedish market in this month and will be introduced worldwide if it proves successful, the reports claimed.

The drink will have a different taste compared to the standard Coca-Cola Light as the sweetener aspartame has been replaced by sucralose. Sucralose originates from sugar but is treated to remove its calorific content.

Coca-Cola officials had not returned requests for comment as just-drinks went to press.


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