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Mexico’s Cane Sugar Version Of Coke Is Building A Loyal Following

August 8, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Coca-Cola bottled in Mexico has captured the attention, and loyalty, of some U.S. Coke lovers because it is more “natural tasting” than the regular stuff. Sold in smaller bottles, and available in an increasing number of stores, including Costco, Mexican Coca-Cola is made with cane sugar, rather than the purportedly unhealthful high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS). The upsurge in sugar cane-based Coke, however, is not just due to personal sweetener preferences. Engaged in a trade war with the U.S., Mexico is protecting its cane sugar industry by discouraging import and use of HFCS, including in Coca-Cola.
Vera Hogan, "Have You Tried Mexican Coca-Cola?", TCTimes.com, August 08, 2017, © Tri-County Times
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