Coca-Cola to shrink bottles and raise prices due to UK sugar tax

Coca-Cola to shrink bottles and raise prices due to UK sugar tax
 

Fizzy drinks giant Coca-Cola is to launch smaller bottles at higher prices.
The 125-year-old purveyor of sugary beverages has opted to offset costs and reduce package sizes, rather than alter its famous secret recipe as the Government’s sugar tax comes into force later this year.
Coca-Cola Classic contains 10.6g of sugar per 100ml.
The changes will happen in March – just before the sugar tax arrives in April – and will see a 1.75 litre bottle shrink to 1.5 litres; the price will increase by 20p.
A 500ml bottle, meanwhile, will remain 500ml, but will shoot up in price from £1.09 to £1.25.... read more

 
14 January 2018 in Regional West, Views: 37
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