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John Stith Pemberton

Coca-Cola was invented by John Stith Pemberton in the late 19th century. Afterward, it was bought out by Asa Griggs Candler, a brilliant businessman, whose marketing tactics led Coca-Cola to its dominant position in the world soft drink market. 1)

Caramel E-150d

The color of Coca-Cola is called caramel E-150d. It is manufactured by heating carbohydrates, either alone or in the presence of acids. 2)


There are quite a few varieties of Coca-Cola, including Diet Coke, Diet Coke Caffeine-Free, Caffeine-Free Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, Coca-Cola Cherry, Coca-Cola Vanilla, Coca-Cola Citra, Coca-Cola Life and Coca-Cola Mango. 3)

Frank Mason Robinson designed the Coca-Cola logo in 1885. He was a bookkeeper of John Pemberton, the creator of Coca-Cola. 4)

Gastric phytobezoars

People suffering from gastric phytobezoars sometimes use Coca-Cola as a form of treatment. It has been found effective in about 50 percent of cases studied. 5)

10 teaspoons of sugar

There are about 10 teaspoons of sugar in each small can of Coca-Cola. Drinking it, we do not feel over-sweetened. This taste is eliminated by phosphoric acid. 6)

Cuba and Panama

After 20 years in business, the company decided to start conquering foreign markets with its product. In 1906, it hit stores in Cuba and Panama. 7)

Coca-Cola in China

Coca-Cola has been sold in China since 1978. 8)

Coca-Cola daily sales

More than one and a half billion bottles of Coca-Cola are sold worldwide every day. 9)

Coca-Cola in space

The first carbonated beverage to go into space was Coca-Cola. It took place in 1985. 10)

Diet Coke

Diet Coke appeared on store shelves in 1982. 11)

Secret recipe

To this day, the exact recipe of Coca-Cola is a huge mystery. There are only a few people alive in the entire world who can find all the ingredients. 12)

Iconic Santa Claus

The iconic Santa Claus character featured in Coca-Cola's Christmas commercials was created in 1931. Its creator is Haddon Sundblom. 13)


Allegedly, initially, there was about 9 mg of cocaine per bottle of the drink. 14)

It is estimated that about 94% of the world's population can recognize the Coca-Cola logo. 15)

No coke in North Korea

You can't buy Coca-Cola in North Korea. 16)

coca-cola.txt · Last modified: 2022/04/04 03:17 by aga