What is the pH level of Coca-Cola Classic?


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The pH level of Coca-Cola Classic is 2.53. Coca-Cola Classic contains 9.3 teaspoons of sugar in a 12-ounce serving size. The same serving size delivers 140 calories and 34 milligrams of caffeine to the consumer.

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What is the pH level of Coca-Cola Classic?
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The pH levels or acidic levels of some foods and beverages have been determined to cause tooth erosion. Acid erosion is a serious condition that destroys tooth enamel. Soft drinks such as Coca-Cola Classic, sour candy, chewable vitamins and problems with the reflux of stomach acid, are known causes of tooth erosion. Other culprits, aside from Coca-Cola Classic, include some fruit drinks, diet soda and some teas.

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