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Coca-Cola introduces a new caffeine-powered drink

Nowadays, all of us are always on-the-go and on-the-job. We all aim to be productive to make the most out of our days and to reach our goals. However, living at this bustling pace is tough and we need extra boost to help power us through. 

Coca-Cola introduces a new caffeine-powered drink

Coca-Cola introduces a game-changing, electrifying and refreshing Supersoda to help you perform at your best. Thunder, the very first Supersoda in the Philippines, delivers the strong push to get you through the day but with the delicious taste of soda.

Despite having zero sugar and calories, this Supersoda still gives the right boost with a kick of caffeine and a splash of extra fruity flavor. Thunder has two flavors that cater to everyone’s tastes, Citrus Shock and Fruit Bomb, which will be available in 300ml PET bottles.

“We are on the way to becoming a truly total beverage company. After several innovations in the Juice and Water segments, we are now launching a highly attractive product that delivers great taste and a strong energy kick which is new in the Philippines,” shared Coca-Cola Philippines Marketing Director Stephan Czypionka.

Thunder is the new beverage produced by The Coca-Cola Company and is part of the brand’s extensive line of quality products fit for all needs. As a total beverage company, Coca-Cola is expanding its already wide portfolio of beverages to provide more choices for the public. This latest addition is only one of many more in store that customers can expect.

Topics: Coca-Cola , Supersoda , Stephan Czypionka , The Coca-Cola Company
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