Interesting facts about Coca-Cola

Coca-Cola is not only the most popular drink in the world, it is also one of the oldest. Invented a long time ago, it has become so recognizable that there is not a single country where its red and white emblem is not recognized.

Coca-Cola was invented in 1886.

The first Coca-Cola was positioned as a cure for depression and other nervous disorders.

The composition of the first version of Coca-Cola included an extract of cola leaves, vanillin, lime, lemon and nutmeg oils, as well as orange elixir and caffeine. It was not fizzy.

The very first billboard advertising Coca-Cola was installed in 1904. He still stands in the same place.

Coca-Cola began to be sold in tin cans only in 1960, before that in such containers it was supplied only to soldiers.

Coca-Cola in two-liter plastic bottles first appeared on sale in 1977.

The company “Coca-Cola” since 1928 is one of the sponsors of the Olympic Games.

In the world every second about 1,500 liters of Coca-Cola is drunk.

The quality of Coca-Cola varies from country to country, because local water is always used for production.

Dietary Coca-Cola appeared in 1982.

In an ordinary 0.33 can of Coca-Cola there are eleven teaspoons of sugar.

In 1985, the Coca-Cola Bank visited space.

In addition, in fact, Coca-Cola, the same company owns about five hundred other brands.

About a sixth of all aluminum produced in the US is spent on the production of cans for Coca-Cola.

The company “Coca-Cola” spends on advertising most of all in the world.

Every day about 300 billion liters of water are spent on the production of this drink at Coca-Cola plants around the world.

Coca-Cola is most popular in Iceland and Mexico.

In India Coca-Cola spray crops to protect them from pests, as Coca-Cola is cheaper than special tools, and works almost as effectively.

The exact recipe for Coca-Cola is a trade secret, strictly guarded.

The modern image of Santa Claus was created within the framework of the Coca-Cola advertising campaign.

Coca-Cola accounts for more than three percent of the whole beverage market on Earth.

The company also produces more than three and a half thousand different drinks under the above five hundred brands.

The Coca-Cola logo is the most recognizable on the planet.