Coca-Cola Fiber+ or Coca-Cola plus is a diet variant of the soft drink Coca-Cola with added dietary fiber in the form of dextrin. It was developed by Coca-Cola Asia Pacific and launched locally in Japan during March 2017. The soft drink has been approved by the Japanese FOSHU as a functional beverage and is meant to serve as an option for health-conscious consumers who have varying desires when it comes to beverages, such as sweetened/non-sweetened, more/less caffeinated, or in the case of Coca-Cola Fiber+ more fiber.
|Type||Diet functional beverage|
|Manufacturer||The Coca-Cola Company|
|Country of origin||Japan|
|Related products||Pepsi Special|
Drinking one Coca-Cola Plus per day with food will help suppress fat absorption and help moderate the levels of triglycerides in the blood after eating. … so we hope people will drink it with meals.— Dr. David Machiels, product development director at Coca-Cola Asia Pacific
Coca-Cola Fiber+ or "Coca-Cola plus" contains Carbonated Water, Resistant Maltodextrin (dietary fiber), Colour (150d), Acidity Regulator (338, 331), Sweeteners (951, 950, 955), Flavourings, Preservative (211), Caffeine
Production and distributionEdit
Coca-Cola Fiber+ is available in:
- Mainland China
- Hong Kong
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