Coca-Cola looks set for a change as new signage goes up in shops revealing the end of two popular Coke products.
A brand new Coke Zero Sugar will replace Coke Zero and Coke No Sugar - an announcement that's been quietly made.
Coke Zero was launched in 2006, followed by Coke No Sugar in 2017, which was marketed as having the classic Coke flavour, just without sugar.
A decline in sales saw the future of Coke Zero hang in the balance - particularly in Australia where it was taken off shelves - but it remained for sale in New Zealand.
But now it looks set to leave forever, with signs advertising the new Coke Zero Sugar being put up in shops. One sign posted to Reddit said the new drink will be on shelves from June 2022, and Coke Zero and Coke No Sugar will be replaced.
The change has Redditers worried their favourite Coke drink won't be around much longer.
"Pretty gutted about this as Coke Zero is (was!) my go-to," one person said.
"Well I once declared when Coke phases out Coke Zero, I will phase out Coke. I better get back into the habit of regularly cold brewing green tea," another added.
"Coke Zero and Coke No Sugar have very different tastes, so I'm wondering now how this new one will taste," a third wrote.
For those wondering if the new taste will be wildly different, a person claiming to work at Coca-Cola in Christchurch said the new Coke Zero Sugar has just a slightly different recipe.
"In my opinion [it] tastes more like original Coke than Coke NS or Zero, so improvement IMO [in my opinion]," they said.
Newshub contacted Coca-Cola for comment and they said they intend to release a statement on Wednesday about this.
It comes after Coca-Cola's British arm announced it was changing its bottle caps so they were easier to recycle. The new design keeps the cap connected to the bottle even after it's opened, reducing the chance of it being thrown away.