The Mexican Coca-Cola Myth: It's Almost American

A worker in Mexico City loading a delivery truck with empty Coca-Cola bottles Photograph by Susana Gonzalez/Bloomberg

There’s a group of Americans who swear passionately by Coca-Cola imported from Mexico. It’s sweetened not with high-fructose corn syrup but with cane sugar, which some insist tastes better and might even be healthier. Not to mention the cute little glass bottles that seem to scream, “I’m no ordinary Coke consumer!”

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