Coke weathers Philippines tax with switch to 100 percent sugar

Coca-Cola Philippines said Wednesday it switched to 100 percent sugar in place of high fructose corn syrup and strengthened its water and still” drinks business to weather the impact of higher taxes on sugar-sweetened drinks.

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