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Coca-Cola Zero Sugar Now Available in Glass Bottles

Coca-Cola Zero Sugar Now Available in Glass Bottles


Coca-Cola in Nepal has launched the new Coca-Cola Zero Sugar in RGB (Returnable Glass Bottle) bottles for consumers who are looking to refresh themselves with the same taste of Coca-Cola but without the sugar and calories. The RGB bottles are reusable making them environment friendly and the glass packaging preserves the freshness of the great taste of the beverage.

The Coca-Cola Zero Sugar RGB bottles comes in a 250ml pack at a price of just Rs 40 across grocery stores and eateries in Kathmandu. Speaking on the launch of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar in RGB bottles, Adarsh Avasthi, Country Director for Coca-Cola in Nepal shared, ‘At Coca-Cola, we are continuously committed to offering consumers more beverage and pack choices for various occasions.

We are very excited to share our Coca-Cola Zero Sugar in RGB bottles which is a perfect drink for those who want the same refreshing experience of drinking Coke but with zero calories.Earlier this year, Coca-Cola Nepal had launched Coca-Cola Zero Sugar in a new and improved taste which gives almost the same drinking experience as the original Coke but with zero sugar. The consistent introduction of a wider range of products to suit the lifestyles of various consumers reflects the brand’s commitment towards building stronger bonds with its local consumers.

Mr. Pradip Pandey, Managing Director of Bottlers Nepal Ltd. shared, ‘Coca-Cola Zero Sugar in RGBs is a zero calorie alternate and an affordable option available in the Nepali market. It is an environment-friendly pack that is reusable and safe and ideal for consumers who want refreshment without the calories.’Along with the new 250 ml RGB pack, Coca-Cola Zero Sugar is also available in 500ml and 250ml PET packs for consumers to enjoy.

About Coca-Cola in Nepal

Coca-Cola in Nepal refreshes consumers across the country through its core product offerings of Coca-Cola, Sprite, Fanta and Kinley, and impacts thousands as a System. The Company works with WWF Nepal, WaterAid Nepal and Smartpaani on innovative integrated water management solutions for water conservation, water replenishment and to improve livelihoods of communities which has made Coca-Cola a water positive company.

As part of The Coca-Cola Company’s commitment towards a ‘World Without Waste’, Coca-Cola Nepal has been working with the Mountain Clean-Up Campaign led by the Nepali Army for the past 3 years where over 71,000 kgs of waste so far from the Himalayas. Through the Saksham program, Coca-Cola Nepal is also empowering 1000 women retailers by providing trainings on financial literacy, hospitality, and sanitation management, and use of digital wallet. Coca-Cola Nepal continually engages in locally relevant initiations to bring about a positive difference to the lives of communities across the country.

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