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Coca-Cola C2 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (246 words)
Coca-Cola C2 (also referred to as Coke C2, C2 Cola, or simply C2) is a cola-flavored beverage introduced by The Coca-Cola Company first in Japan, then later on June 7, 2004 in the United States, in response to the low-carbohydrate diet trend.
It contains aspartame, acesulfame potassium, and sucralose in addition to the high fructose corn syrup typically found in cola beverages distributed in America.
Though like many other brands that have lost popularity, availability of C2 has been drastically reduced since the low-carb craze didn't pan out as a permanent solution for weight loss for many.
The Coca-Cola Company - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2113 words)
Even with less than half of the food energy and carbohydrates of standard soft drinks, C2 is not a replacement for zero-calorie soft drinks such as Diet Coke.
C2 went on sale in the U.S. on June 11, 2004, and in Canada in August 2004.
Coca Cola Africa plans to support HIV/AIDS programs as part of a $50 million budget to be granted to African organizations by the end of the decade.
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