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product news: £4.5m ad campaign for Coca-Cola Zero Sugar

John Wood ·

Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has unveiled a new £4.5m advertising campaign to support Coca-Cola Zero Sugar.

The campaign features the slogan ‘Tastes More Like Coke’, highlighting that the calorie-free variant delivers the same taste associated with Coca-Cola Classic, but with no sugar.

The £4.5m campaign includes above-the-line activations including six-sheets, bus advertising and digital marketing. A new 20-second television commercial that runs until the end of February will further highlight the benefits of the reformulated product.

The latest activity follows the £10m campaign that marked the launch of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar last year.

Simon Harrison, operational marketing director at CCEP, said: “This campaign is designed to help retailers grow their sales by highlighting to consumers that Coca-Cola Zero Sugar is not only calorie-free, but delivers the iconic taste and refreshment of Coca-Cola Classic.

“This multi-million pound investment underlines our commitment to supporting further growth of the brand by encouraging consumers to switch to no sugar and bringing new people into the category, helping retailers to build on the impressive sales of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar since its launch last summer.”

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