Coca-Cola will stop using brominated vegetable oil in its products in the U.S. and overseas, it said in a recent blog post. The Coca-Cola company is transitioning from the use of brominated vegetable oil to sucrose acetate isobutyrate (SAIB) and/or glycerol ester of rosin (singly or in-combination). The global transition will be made across a variety of formulas from ready-to-drink (bottles and cans) to fountain machines. This transition allows us to become consistent with the ingredients we ...

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