Why is the fact that a can of Coke has 140 calories highlighted in big font on the can?
I was looking at a can of Coke recently and noticed that the number of calories, 140, is in a larger font compared to the other nutrition facts. Was this due to pressure for Coke to make its customers more aware of the calories they are consuming?
Counting calories is extremely popular nowadays as everyone wants to ensure they are healthy and happy in life. Women are suggested to consume an average of 2000 calories a day and men are suggested to consume an average of 2200 calories a day. By listing the number of calories on the front of the packaging they lead in customers who wish to consume products without worrying about going over their calorie count.
Created: Jun 19, 2019