Coca Cola launches Zero Free coke in Japan

By: wang fangqing/ Frances Wang - Published: Apr 26, 2010 • References: & j-cast
Coca Cola Japan introduced 'Zero Free' Coke to fix the traditionally bad reputation that soda drinks have. The new coke, labeled boasts that it contains no sugar, preservatives or caffeine.

To present it in a stylish way, the company invited the famous football player Hideyoshi Nakada and the pop singer Namie Amuro to be the product ambassadors.

Priced at 120 yen (or $1.20 US) per can, the healthy coke hit the Japanese market on Apr 26 of this year. Stats for Super Healthy Coke Trending: Older & Chilly
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