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Coca Cola and cane sugar

weinsteinj93 | Oct 23, 201707:18 AM     26

I know that high fructose corn syrup is cheaper than cane sugar but why now in almost 2018? I have always been able to tell the difference in taste with Coca Cola with cane sugar only vs corn syrup and some cane sugar and now only HFCS. Poland even still uses the old thick returnable 6.5 oz bottles. Now we see the Mexican Coke in glass bottles everywhere which definitely tastes better! I admit that HFCS does taste close to real sugar but not as good. I’d like to see all sodas change to all cane sugar even if it costs more initially. Of course soda isn’t any better for you no matter which sweetener used but let’s get back to “the real thing” as Coca Cola says!

Janet Linaberry Weinstein

photo credit: Coca-Cola factory

photo credit: Universal studios

photo credit: Coca-Cola factory

Bring back the all sugared vs HFCS back to the USA like other countries!

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