A 7.5-ounce can of Coca-cola, right, is posed next to a 12-ounce can for comparison. As people cut back on soda, the two beverage giants, Coke and Pepsi, are increasingly pushing smaller cans and bottles they say contain fewer calories and induce less calorie-counting guilt.
A 7.5-ounce can of Coca-cola, right, is posed next to a 12-ounce can for comparison. As people cut back on soda, the two beverage giants, Coke and Pepsi, are increasingly pushing smaller cans and bottles they say contain fewer calories and induce less calorie-counting guilt. Matt Rourke The Associated Press
A 7.5-ounce can of Coca-cola, right, is posed next to a 12-ounce can for comparison. As people cut back on soda, the two beverage giants, Coke and Pepsi, are increasingly pushing smaller cans and bottles they say contain fewer calories and induce less calorie-counting guilt. Matt Rourke The Associated Press

Coke, Pepsi downsize cans and bottles to satisfy consumer tastes

January 19, 2015 1:16 PM