Coca-Cola Zero Sugar- New Look, Improved Taste

As part of its brand promise to continue to refresh the world and inspire togetherness, moments of happiness and optimism, Coca-Cola Nigeria releases a new and improved recipe of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar.

The new refreshing recipe and bold packaging promises to deliver a more delicious and refreshing taste that brings it closer to that of the iconic, Coca-Cola Original Taste.

Speaking on this launch, Marketing Director, Coca-Cola Nigeria, Bunmi Adeniba, expressed her confidence that the new and improved Coke Zero Sugar and Calories will deliver a great taste to its Nigerian consumers as it signifies the company’s commitment and resolve to continually explore ways to delight and refresh consumers.
“We are excited to start off the year with the new look and improved taste of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar to our consumers. This has been a well thought out process as we paid attention to the ever-evolving tastes of our consumers. The Coca-Cola brand is humble but iconic, authentic and magical, and it is our goal to continually bring the magic into the homes and lives of our ever-faithful consumers”, she added.
Coca-Cola Zero Sugar was launched in Nigeria in 2005 and has continued to refresh millions of Nigerians who wants to reduce their Sugar and Calories intake. We implore our consumers to now enjoy Coca-Cola Zero Sugar with their favourite meals, during breaks or whenever they need a delicious refreshing drink, which is currently available in various pack sizes including in returnable Glass Bottle, 60cl PET and 33cl Can, all for the primary purpose of catering to the diverse tastes of Coke lovers across the country.


About Coca-Cola Nigeria

Coca-Cola Nigeria Limited is a total beverage company, offering one of the world’s most valuable brands, Coca-Cola. Our company portfolio includes valuable beverage brands, such as Coca-Cola, Fanta, Sprite, 5Alive juices, Eva water, Schweppes and Limca. We’re constantly transforming our portfolio, from reducing sugar in our drinks to bringing innovative new products to market.
We’re also working to reduce our environmental impact by replenishing water and promoting packaging recycling across our value chain. With our bottling partners, we employ more than 5,000 people with over 700,000 distribution partners helping bring economic opportunity to local communities. Learn more at the Coca-Cola Nigeria website at and follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn.

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