Calories, carbs, and fat grams move over.
Soon, a new ingredient will make its nutrition label debut.
Starting in May, the Coca-Cola Company will list the caffeine content of its bubbly beverages.
Coke Classic will carry the new numbers first, but by the end of the year, it will be on all coke products.
Coca-Cola's decision coincides with a proposal from a New York City lawmaker who is pressuring the federal government to require caffeine content on all food and beverage labels.