South American Country Turning Coca-Cola Green

The World
It's a hot summer day, and you're looking to grab something to quench that thirst? A lot of people reach for the iconic Coca-Cola. But in one Latin American country, that iconic label's turning green. That's right. Green. That's mostly because it's made with sugar, but also Stevia, a plant extract used as a natural sweetener. It's called Coca Cola Life. So where would you be able to take a swig from a revamped green Coca-Cola bottle? One hint: This particular South American country is already famous for one green drink. The answer? Argentina. And that other green drink? Mate.
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