There are 39 grams of sugar in a 12 oz Coca-Cola can. Our smaller portion sizes, like our 7.5 oz mini soda can, have less sugar and fewer calories.
Coca-Cola comes in several sizes (availability varies based on geography).
- 7.5 oz – 25g of sugar and 90 calories
- 8 oz – 26g of sugar and 100 calories
- 8.5 oz – 28g of sugar and 100 calories
- 12 oz – 39g of sugar and 140 calories
- 16 oz – 52g of sugar and 190 calories
- 20 oz – 65g of sugar and 240 calories
Do you have any drinks with fewer calories?
We are committed to making more reduced- and no-sugar versions of many of the drinks you love available and making them easier to find.
- 18 of our 20 top global brands have a reduced- or no-sugar option
- In 2018, there were approximately 400 reformulations around the world
- In the U.S., 250 of the 800+ beverages we offer are reduced- and no-sugar
- 44% of our sparkling soft drink brands come in convenient packages of 250 mL (8.5 oz.) or less.
How is The Coca-Cola Company reducing sugar from their drinks?
People’s tastes and preferences are changing, so we’re changing, too. Driven by our passion for consumers, we have been shifting our mindset and culture, as well as the way we measure our success, resulting in bold action to transform our portfolio.
- Gradually reducing sugar across our entire portfolio - we are taking action on sugar reduction even where it means changes to our most popular, time-tested products—putting our strength in innovation to work for our consumers’ evolving needs.
- Making smaller, more convenient packages so controlling sugar intake is easier - smaller, more convenient packaging helps people control sugar intake more easily for themselves and their families. Today, about 44% of our sparkling soft drink brands come in convenient packages of 250 mL (8.5 oz.) or less.
- Offering more new drinks that provide benefits like nutrition and hydration - we’re looking for ways, whenever we can, to make many of our beverages better and more nutritious by providing vitamins, minerals and electrolytes, while also introducing more dairy, plant-based beverages and different sweetness level options to meet an increasing range of consumer choices. With this in mind, we launched more than 600 products in 2018 including:
- Sprite Fiber+, a no-sugar drink with dietary fiber and the flavor and refreshment consumers expect from Sprite, was launched in China.
- Coca-Cola Batch Blends Coffee and Chocolate, a no-sugar beverage combining refreshing Coca-Cola taste with chocolate and real coffee from Brazil, was launched in Vietna
- smartwater alkaline, which is ionized to ensure the pH level is 9+, was launched in select U.S. markets.
- Giving people the information they need to make informed choices - we continue to put clear, easy-to-find nutrition information right up front to support informed choices, without the guesswork. We lead the food and beverage industry in voluntary front-of-package calorie labeling.
Is soda bad for you?
People have been enjoying Coca-Cola for 130 years. They love the unique taste. But, we know people have concerns about eating or drinking too much sugar. That is why we’re taking action should you want less sugar. This includes reducing sugar in more than 500 of our drinks around the world.
And so you have choices to help manage your sugar and calorie intake, we have:
- a variety of great-tasting beverages with reduced or no sugar
- smaller sizes available, like our 7.5-oz. mini soda cans of Coca-Cola and more
- calorie information right on front of our bottles and cans – right where you can see it
Many of our beverages contain sugar, which has calories. While sugar is fine in moderation, too much of it isn’t good for anyone. Having too many calories, including from soft drinks with sugar, can contribute to weight gain.
If you are concerned about your health or diet, please speak to your doctor.
Do you have sugar-free drinks?
We want to give you choices, so you can decide what’s right for your lifestyle and diet. We offer more than 800 beverages in the U.S. Of these, 250 are reduced- or no-sugar.
Check out these options, including sugar-free soda:
- Diet Coke
- Coke Zero Sugar
- Gold Peak Unsweetened Tea
- Sprite Zero
- vitaminwater zero
How can I tell if I have a sugar-free soda?
We know it’s important for you to have clear nutrition facts about your favorite beverages. That’s why we make it simple and easy to find. Look at the Nutrition Facts label. It’s on the back of every can or bottle and shows how much sugar your drink has.
Our SmartLabel™ QR codes on our products also include nutrition facts about our Coca-Cola products.