In the central lobby of the Coca-Cola museum in Atlanta, a glass display case features all the types of carbonated drinks currently sold by the company. There’s the classic red can and its no-calorie iterations: Diet Coke and Coke Zero. Then there’s Sprite, Fresca, and the citrus rainbow that is Fanta, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.
Over on the left is a small green can that most American visitors won't recognize: Coca-Cola Life, a stevia-sweetened version of regular Coca-Cola.
Coca-Cola has been quietly test-marketing its new beverage, the first addition to the trademark "Coke" branded sodas in almost eight years.
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