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Coca-Cola

™ a carbonated soft drink flavoured with coca leaves, cola nuts, caramel, etc.

Coca-Cola

soft drink found throughout the world. [Trademarks:Crowley Trade, 115]
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Coca-Cola Erfrischungsgetranke AG is the largest German beverage company with a sales volume of 3.
Underscores the companys commitment to choice, allowing consumers to choose whichever Coca-Cola suits their taste, lifestyle, and diet.
Ahmad continued: "Coca-Cola Zero's fantastic flavour and likeness to Coca-Cola can be attributed to the many advancements made in only the last 10 years in food technology, including flavour enhancers and flavour delivery systems are now available.
At all times, Coca-Cola customers will remain free to buy and sell carbonated soft drinks (CSDs) from any supplier of their choice.
Coca-Cola spokesman Bob Phillips blamed the decision on rising business costs and denied it was prompted by the soda ban, which was adopted by the school board to combat the district's obesity epidemic.
The six group companies are Coca-Cola West Japan Co.
The two companies said they are planning to call for bottlers in neighboring areas such as Chukyo Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
The key to the Coca-Cola story lies in the enormous profits to be made selling colored, flavored water.
Together with two other existing plants in Shenyang and Dalian, this new investment will allow Coca-Cola to provide better services and refreshing products that quench the thirst of 44 million consumers in Liaoning Province and enhance its contribution to local development.
Every day, millions of people around the world reach for an ice cold Coca-Cola," said Marcos de Quinto, Chief Marketing Officer, The Coca-Cola Company.
Through the Coca-Cola Two-Year Colleges Scholarship Program, the foundation awards a total of 400 scholarships annually to students attending higher-education institutions granting two-year degrees.