World first: Coca-Cola HBC to use captured CO2 to add the fizz in soft drinks

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Coca-Cola will soon be bottled in Switzerland using captured CO2 | Credit: Climeworks
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Coca-Cola will soon be bottled in Switzerland using captured CO2 | Credit: Climeworks

Swiss soft drinks bottler teams up with carbon capture pioneers Climeworks to make the world's first fizzy drink using CO2 sucked from the air

Customers cracking open a can of Coca-Cola might soon be doing their bit to help tackle climate change, thanks to a new deal which will see a Coca-Cola bottler in Switzerland use CO2 captured from the...

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