Diet Coke Plus
(also known as Coca Cola Light Plus
) is a formulation of Diet Coke
fortified with vitamins and minerals. It is sweetened with a blend of aspartame
and acesulfame potassium
, unlike regular Diet Coke which only contains aspartame.
The drink was released in the United Kingdom
in October 2007,available in two variants, one with vitamins B<sub>3</sub>, B<sub>12</sub>, 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.
this drink was released in January 2010.
On December 10, 2008 the United States Food and Drug Administration
wrote a Warning Letter
to The Coca-Cola Company
that Diet Coke Plus violates the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. Regardless, snack foods, such as carbonated soda, may never use... Read More