By the end of 2019 we had made good progress towards our sugar reduction goals for our non-alcoholic beverage portfolio.
By the end of 2019 we had made good progress towards our sugar reduction goals for our non-alcoholic beverage portfolio. In Australia, we have reformulated 25 products since 2015, including five in 2019, and reduced our sugar grams per 100ml in Australia by 8.8 per cent compared to the 2015 baseline. In New Zealand we have reformulated eight products since 2015, reducing sugar grams per 100ml by 5.3 per cent. We are actively working in both countries to introduce further reformulations and low- or no-kilojoule new products that delight consumers, in 2020 and beyond. In both Australia and New Zealand 90 per cent of Coca-Cola product marketing in 2019 featured reduced or no-sugar Coca-Cola.
We are also making good progress in our other countries of operation, measuring portfolio-wide sugar content, implementing reformulation road maps, and planning further new low- or no-kilojoule product launches. In Indonesia, we have reformulated eight products since 2015, reducing sugar grams per 100ml by 13.5 per cent compared to the 2015 baseline.
In Australia, New Zealand and Indonesia we are continuing to make small pack sizes available in all distribution channels. Small packs are now offered in 90 per cent of grocery stores and 72 per cent of petrol and convenience stores in Australia. In New Zealand 100 per cent of grocery stores and 61 per cent of petrol and convenience stores offer small packs.
Product innovation further delighted consumers with the introduction of Nutriboost in Indonesia, New Zealand and Australia and Powerade Active Water in Australia and New Zealand. Indonesia also launched Sprite Waterlymon with less sugar content.
For our alcoholic beverage portfolio, we have continued to embed our Alcohol Advertising and Marketing Framework, a training and marketing approvals process that we introduced in 2017. In 2019 we completed an audit of a cross-section of all our alcohol advertising activities, across all countries; the findings of which showed a 100 per cent compliance rate.