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Diet Coke Plus

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– Warning Letter:
– FDA issued a Warning Letter to The Coca-Cola Company in 2008.
Diet Coke Plus violated the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
– The term “plus” on food/beverages is regulated.
– Products labeled “plus” must contain at least 10% more nutrients.
– The FDA required corrective action within 15 days.

– Regulatory Compliance:
– FDA letters to companies for federal regulation violations are common.
– Letters serve as warnings before potential legal action.
– Non-compliance can lead to court actions by the FDA.
– Companies must detail corrective actions to FDA requests.
Diet Coke Plus was discontinued in November 2011.

– References:
– Various references exist regarding Diet Coke Plus.
– Sources include archived articles and FDA documents.
– Information can be found on health-conscious targeting.
– Media related to Diet Coke Plus is available.
– References cover the FDA warning to Coca-Cola.

– Company Holdings:
Coca-Cola has stakes in various beverage companies.
– Holdings include Coca-Cola Beverages Africa and Coca-Cola FEMSA.
– Other former holdings like Columbia Pictures are listed.
Coca-Cola’s legal history includes cases like Sinaltrainal v. Coca-Cola.
– The company has been involved in significant legal battles.

– Campaigns and Slogans:
Coca-Cola has had various campaigns and slogans.
– Examples include “Ashita Ga Arusa” and “Coming Together.”
– Slogans like “Hey Kid, Catch!” have been used.
– The “Coke Zero Facial Profiler” campaign is notable.
– Campaigns like “Country Sunshine” reflect branding efforts.

Diet Coke Plus (Wikipedia)

Diet Coke Plus (also known as Coca-Cola Light Plus) was a formulation of Diet Coke fortified with vitamins and minerals. It is sweetened with a blend of aspartame and acesulfame potassium.

Diet Coke Plus
Brazilian Coca-Cola Light Plus
TypeDiet Cola
ManufacturerThe Coca-Cola Company
Country of origin United States
Discontinued2011; 13 years ago (2011) (USA)
Related productsCoca-Cola
Diet Coke

The drink was released in the United Kingdom in October 2007, available in two variants, one with vitamins B3, B12, and vitamin C, and the other containing antioxidants with added green tea and vitamin C. Although Diet Coke Plus Antioxidants is labeled as sugar free, it actually contains 0.1 grams of sugar in the green tea powder per 100ml.

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