Coca-Cola will launch a naturally-sweetened drink with reduced refined sugar and calories as it tries to join Government and industry-wide efforts to tackle obesity.
Coca-Cola Life is sweetened with a blend of sugar and stevia leaf extract, and a 330ml can will contain 89 calories.
The beverage will go on sale in Britain in September after successful pilots in South America, making it the first new Coca-Cola since Zero was launched in 2006.
Stevia leaf extract is naturally sourced from the stevia plant, which is native to South America. Currently, Coca-Cola Great Britain uses stevia leaf extract as a sweetener in its Sprite and Glaceau vitaminwater brands.