Coca-Cola Using More Corn-Based Sweeteners

By Special to WSJ.com

Dec 04, 2012

In an effort to expand its contract-farming portfolio, a Coca-Cola executive has confirmed the beverage manufacturing giant is using more corn-based sweeteners in its products to cut costs. The Wall Street Journal reports Coca-Cola contracts for sugar cane, mostly in India, Australia, Thailand, Brazil, Egypt and South Africa and for corn, mainly in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Brazil.

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