You can also buy "Mexican Coke" at Mexican grocery stores. This, too, is made with cane sugar instead of corn syrup. As a bonus, they even sell it in the classic glass bottles.
Costco also periodically sells "Mexican Coke."
Coca Cola would sell a lot more soda to me if they always made it with cane sugar
Mexican Coca-Cola is indeed the Real Thing. There is nothing like soft drinks made with real sugar. There IS a difference.Goose Island (in the Chicago area) makes a root beer which uses sugar instead of corn syrup. Awesome.Pepsi started selling Pepsi made with sugar under the Pepsi Natural name. It is $4 for a 4 pack, which is the going rate for the other two aforementioned brands. Pepsi is my favorite soda-pop, so I'll be having one of those soon, and can give you a review if you're interested.
Okay, I'm a little late to this party....Way back when I lived in NJ (shudder) we would always stock up on "Kosher Coke" at Passover. The cans had raised lettering that said, in Hebrew, Kosher for Passover.You'd go to the grocery store and slide your hand along the tops of the cans, which always seemed to be on the bottom shelf, feeling for the writing. IIRC, they only did Coke and Sprite this way.
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