Coca-Cola is saying goodbye to 200 drink brands

American multinational beverage corporation, Coco Cola is cancelling 200 brands, or half of its portfolio.

The company had already announced that it will discontinue some beloved, if outdated, drinks, like Tab, Zico and Odwalla. Thursday was the first time the company said it would get rid of 200 of them.

Reducing the portfolio will allow Coca-Cola to focus on its most profitable offerings, the company explained. Those include its core products like Coca-Cola Zero Sugar as well as brands that fit into trendy new categories, like Topo Chico hard seltzer and AHA, a caffeinated seltzer the company launched last year.

CEO James Quincey said that the “hydration” category, with Dasani, Powerade, Vitamin Water and Zico, and other brands, will likely see more cuts.

Water and sports drink volumes fell 11% in the third quarter.

Many of the brands Coke will shut down are only sold in certain markets.

There’s a stark difference between Coca-Cola’s successful brands and its struggling ones, Quincey said over the summer. He explained that the underperforming beverages have “little to no scale,” and that their sales represent only 2% of total revenue.

Culling the brands is one of a number of strategies the company laid out this summer to help it grow. Coke says the move will free up resources to invest in higher-growth drinks.

Coca-Cola has had a hard time during the pandemic because of restaurant closures. In the third quarter, net revenues declined 9% to $8.7 billion.