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January 16, 2013
It looks like a page out of damage control 101. They’re trying to disarm the public.
Michael Jacobson, executive director for the Center for Science in the Public Interest, on whether or not he believes the Coca-Cola Company’s new ad initiatives that remind audiences of its “record of providing drinks with fewer calories,” implying that soda is not the sole cause of obesity in America.
22:37 // 1 year ago
November 19, 2012
20:23 // 1 year ago
February 22, 2012
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What Happens to the Coke in Coca-Cola?
The United States (and most other nations) expressly prohibits the sale and trade of coca leaves. But to this day, Coca-Cola needs coca leaves to make its drinks. In order for the drink to continue to exist in its current form, the company has a special arrangement with the Drug Enforcement Administration.
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Remember, when you’re big enough to drive the economy, you get to set the rules in a lot of cases.

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What Happens to the Coke in Coca-Cola?

The United States (and most other nations) expressly prohibits the sale and trade of coca leaves. But to this day, Coca-Cola needs coca leaves to make its drinks. In order for the drink to continue to exist in its current form, the company has a special arrangement with the Drug Enforcement Administration.

Read the story on good.is→ 

Remember, when you’re big enough to drive the economy, you get to set the rules in a lot of cases.

11:19 // 2 years ago
February 24, 2011
Daft Punk Coke bottles: Because hey, Tron is old news now
Because, let’s face it, the one thing that the world needed was Daft Punk’s motif all over a couple of Coke bottles, right? Awesome, yes, but we’re not even sure if Moby would’ve gone for a sellout opportunity this calculatedly commercial. Good work, French guys. source
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Because, let’s face it, the one thing that the world needed was Daft Punk’s motif all over a couple of Coke bottles, right? Awesome, yes, but we’re not even sure if Moby would’ve gone for a sellout opportunity this calculatedly commercial. Good work, French guys. source

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1:58 // 3 years ago
February 9, 2011

It’s official: Coca-Cola has broken through the Soviet wall

  • 3% the increase in sales volume the company has had in North America in its most recent quarter
  • 5% the sales volume increase the brand has had worldwide in its just-ended fourth quarter
  • 31% the increase in sales volume in Russia; insert hilarious communism joke here source
11:31 // 3 years ago