But thanks to innovations, like the new millennial-focused Diet Coke flavors, the company has return the brand to positive volume growth in North America.
In additon, they reported organic sales growth of 5% and beating Wall Street projections for both earnings per share and revenue.
It's all about their noncarbonated drinks though. The Fuze Tea brand, for instance, was recently introduced in Europe, according to the company.
(And we drink a ton of Powerade in my house, for whatever that is worth.)
Overall, while its sparking soft drinks posted 4% growth in unit case volume, the tea and coffee category grew 5% and juice by 3%.
In its report, the company underscored its expansion strategy and hinted at further deals to come.
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