The mix-up came after the company tried to combine English and Maori phrases.
Theresa Rowley drinks a can of Diet Coke every day.
Researchers at Birzeit University in the Palestinian West Bank found that drinking carbonated drinks increased food consumption by 20 percent, compared to drinking flat beverages.
Move over, Kendall—Big Soda really does fund fake protests nationwide.
According to new figures from Cancer Research UK, teens knock back 234 cans of soda every year.
According to a new study, children whose parents consume fizzy drinks are nearly three times more likely to drink them compared to other kids their age.
While a move away from soda is a good thing, the real problem seems to be that people living with sketchy water pipes don’t really have any choice but to buy the bottled stuff.
We asked jail-birds if they're annoyed at the thought of paying more for fizzy drinks when they get out.
The debate is whether a company like Coke should be allowed to appear health-conscious when their products are part of the problem.