What is the main difference between Coca-Cola sold in the US, and the Coca-Cola sold in the EU?

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In the United States, Coca-Cola uses high-fructose corn syrup instead of sugar (sacharose) as its main sweetener. There is a small production of sugar-based "Kosher for Passover" Coca-Cola, as Ashkenazi Jews do not consume high fructose corn syrup during Passover.
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flagGreece
77%
9%
4%
9%
22
flagthe Netherlands
62%
0%
25%
12%
32
flagRepublic of Ireland
60%
0%
26%
13%
30
flagthe Philippines
48%
2%
15%
32%
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flagGermany
48%
3%
26%
21%
84
flagMalaysia
47%
1%
13%
37%
51
flagUnknown
47%
6%
18%
27%
48
flagthe United States
46%
3%
22%
25%
1033
flagPoland
45%
4%
26%
23%
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flagthe United Kingdom
44%
4%
26%
22%
410
flagCanada
44%
4%
19%
32%
68
flagRomania
44%
2%
32%
20%
34
flagAustralia
39%
4%
23%
32%
110
flagNew Zealand
39%
13%
26%
17%
23
flagNigeria
31%
2%
26%
37%
96
flagPakistan
29%
4%
25%
40%
91
flagSouth Africa
28%
4%
36%
28%
25
flagthe United Arab Emirates
25%
3%
17%
50%
28
flagIndia
23%
6%
32%
35%
987
flagSingapore
20%
4%
28%
48%
25