No. 2 Beverage in U.S. Has a New Product Now Available as Low-Calorie Frozen Carbonated Beverage; Nationwide Launch Coming in May
ATLANTA – Feb. 26, 2014 – Warning! A nationwide “frosting” is about to hit the United States, and its cool taste will keep Diet Coke fans chattering well past the winter months.
Diet Coke, the No. 2 beverage in the U.S., is introducing a new product, Diet Coke FROST. A great tasting, low-calorie frozen carbonated beverage, this is the first frozen offering in the brand’s 31-year history. Diet Coke FROST includes natural cherry flavorings to deliver a refreshing uplift. Each serving has 30 calories and 12 grams of carbs.
Diet Coke FROST Cherry as a Slurpee® will be available exclusively at 7-Eleven locations nationwide Feb. 26, 2014. As the weather starts to warm up Diet Coke FROST will ring in the much anticipated spring temperatures with broader availability. Look for Diet Coke FROST at frozen carbonated beverage machines at other retailers across the country at the end of May.
“Diet Coke FROST is a great-tasting, refreshing uplift for any time of day,” said Stuart Kronauge, General Manager, Sparkling Beverages,
“Customers turn to 7-Eleven for our iconic Slurpee beverages, which is how America can first experience Diet Coke FROST,” said Nancy Smith, 7-Eleven’s Senior Vice President of Fresh Foods and Proprietary Beverages. “In addition to exclusively carrying the Diet Coke FROST beverage, we’re also offering fans a coupon to try it for free from our 7-Eleven app.”
People can download the free 7-Eleven mobile app for iPhone or Android platforms here. A coupon for a free small Diet Coke FROST Cherry is available through the savings section of the app. Valid while coupon supplies last.
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