A French study just published results indicated that some sodas, namely ones by Coke and Pepsi contain minute traces of alcohol. Paris based National Institute of Consumption states that a liter of the sodas can have up to 10 mg of alcohol or 0.001% ABV.
That’s harmless even to a small child but for those who self impose a no alcohol policy, or have religious objections to it, it could cause problems. Why is there alcohol in these sodas? Apparently an offset from the ingredients used make them. To be clear, alcohol is not in either recipe for Coca-Cola or Pepsi. Fruits used in the creation of the beverage could naturally ferment, creating the tiny alcohol presence. [MailOnline]