Frequently Asked Questions


What is used to flavor/sweeten DASANI DROPS?

DASANI DROPS uses natural fruit flavors to give the delicious fruit flavor. It is artificially sweetened using sucralose and acesulfame potassium (Ace-K) sweetened and has zero calories per serving


A concentrated flavor enhancer that allows you to add just the right amount of delicious flavor and sweetness to your water. Pocket-sized, but powerful - the 1.9 fluid ounce bottle makes 32 calorie-free 8 fluid ounce servings.

What flavors of DASANI DROPS are available?

Six -- Cherry Pomegranate, Grape, Strawberry Kiwi, Pink Lemonade, Pineapple Coconut and Mixed Berry.

What’s the shelf life of DASANI DROPS?

12 months unopened; 1 month after the package is opened.  No refrigeration necessary.

Where do I find DASANI DROPS in a store?

You are most likely to find DASANI DROPS in either the powdered drink aisle, the water aisle alongside DASANI water and/or the refrigerator section where you would buy a nice cold DASANI.

How many calories are in DASANI DROPS?

Zero calories per 8 fluid ounce serving.

How do I use DASANI DROPS?

Squeeze DASANI DROPS into a bottle of DASANI water. The amount you use is completely dependent on your personal taste.

Can I just use DASANI DROPS with DASANI?

Although we believe that DASANI DROPS goes best with the pure, refreshing taste of DASANI, DASANI DROPS can be used to flavor any type of water either in a bottle or from the tap.

Can I drink DASANI DROPS straight from the container?

No. You should always dilute DASANI DROPS since it is highly concentrated.

How many servings are in each DASANI DROPS bottle?

Each bottle is 1.9 fluid ounces, which makes 32 calorie-free 8 fluid ounce servings when mixed with water.

Can I drink DASANI if I am on a low-sodium diet?

The amount of sodium in DASANI is negligible and the Food and Drug Administration classifies DASANI as a “very low sodium food.”

Are the minerals in DASANI safe to drink?

The Coca-Cola Company takes product safety very seriously and is dedicated to meeting, and in most cases exceeding, government-set regulatory product quality standards. After our water goes through the reverse osmosis process to remove impurities, DASANI does add a variety of minerals, including salt, to create the crisp fresh taste you know and love. Although we are unable to disclose the exact quantities of minerals added to our water, we can tell you that the amounts of these minerals (including salt) are so miniscule that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration considers them negligible or “dietarily insignificant.”

Do DASANI bottles contain BPA?


What is DASANI?

DASANI is a brand of purified water manufactured and distributed by The Coca-Cola Company.

How is DASANI made?

To create DASANI water, we start with the local water supply, which is then filtered for purity using a state-of-the-art process called reverse osmosis. We then add a special blend of minerals for that pure, crisp, fresh taste. For more information about our manufacturing process, please click here.

What is the shelf life of DASANI?

DASANI will hold its crisp, refreshing taste for up to 12 months. After that, it’s best to recycle the old one and start with a fresh, new bottle.

What is the difference between spring water and purified water?

Purified water is water that has been purified by reverse osmosis or other suitable method to render it purified. Spring water is water from an underground source. Both are filtered for impurities. To get the great Dasani taste, we add a special mineral blend back into the water after it has been purified.

What is DASANI Flavors?

DASANI Flavors is our lineup of lightly sweetened, natural fruit-flavored water beverages with a taste for every taste: Lemon, Strawberry, Raspberry and Grape.

Is my DASANI bottle recyclable?

The DASANI bottle is 100% recyclable. In fact, during the initial design process we worked closely with recyclers to optimize every aspect of the DASANI package for ideal recycling – including the cap, label, inks and glues.

What is PlantBottle?

DASANI is taking steps to reduce its impact on the planet with our innovative bottle made from up to 30% plants. PlantBottle packaging is up to 30% sourced from sugarcane by-products from Brazil. Brazilian sugarcane is considered to be an “Advanced Renewable Fuel” by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and is the only first generation biofuel widely recognized by thought leaders globally for its unique and social performance. Using up to 30% plant-based materials reduces our reliance on non-renewable resources, lowering our carbon footprint on the planet, which are all great for the environment.

Is PlantBottle biodegradable?

PlantBottle is recyclable, not biodegradable. We believe that one use is simply not enough Plantbottle packaging can be recycled multiple times in today’s recycling streams, thereby reclaiming all of the energy and materials that went into the creation of the bottle.

Why is my DASANI bottle lighter?

Since its introduction, DASANI has reduced the weight of our bottles, because lighter weight bottles require less plastic, which helps to conserve natural resources and lower CO2 emissions. Plus they’re easier to take along with you. Since the introduction of DASANI, we’ve reduced the amount of plastic in our 500ml bottle by more than 40% and the weight of our 20 fluid ounce DASANI bottle has been reduced by 22%.

What is The Coca-Cola Company doing to minimize waste from product packaging and avoid placement in landfills?

We know the packaging that we place in the market has the potential to become waste and that is why we are working to support the recycling and reuse of our bottles and cans in the best ways possible. Want to learn more? Click here.

How is The Coca-Cola Company conserving water?

The Coca-Cola Company is conserving water in a number of ways, including reducing water used to make our beverages, recycling water used in our production process, and supporting projects that replenish water in communities and nature with the World Wildlife Fund. We are working over the long-term to achieve water neutrality, in other words to safely return to communities and nature an amount of water equivalent to what we use in all of our beverages and their production, all to help ensure a clean, reliable water supply for all generations to come. You can learn more here.