- By May 2015 the supermarket will reduce the added sugar in a range of own label soft drinks by 22%
- Reduction equates to the removal of 814.2 tonnes of sugar from its products
- Announcement builds on the 10% sugar reduction Asda made in its own-label high juice products in 2014
Asda has today committed to reducing the amount of added sugar across a range of own-label soft drinks by 22%, removing 3.25 billion calories and 814.2 tonnes of sugar from 26 of its products.
The reduction builds on the 10% sugar reduction Asda already made in its own-label high juice products in 2014 and will apply to a range of Asda own-label soft drinks including carbonates, high juice and juice drinks.Find out more.