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The original, and current, color of Coca-Cola was brown. Many rumors are associated with the popular drink, including that the original color was green. The original bottle was green but the beverage itself has always be... More »

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Coca-Cola was first produced on May 8th, 1886. It was invented by Dr. John Stith Pemberton, a pharmacist in Atlanta, Georgia who sold it through a local pharmacy for five cents a glass. More »

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Because the Coca-Cola Company is a publicly traded company with shares available through the New York Stock Exchange, no one person or organization owns the company; the shareholders do. As of December 2014, institutiona... More »

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The present formula for Coca-Cola includes carbonated water, sugar, color, phosphoric acid and natural flavors that include caffeine. The exact formula is proprietary, but the original recipe has been publicly published. More »

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The Coca-Cola Company offers a simple recipe for Coca-Cola ham, made with a half ham weighing between 5 and 6 pounds, brown sugar, Coca-Cola and crushed pineapple. After washing the ham, rub the fat side with brown sugar... More »

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Coca-Cola has no specific target market, according to MarketMixx.com. Most of the target marketing is geared towards young people, but some advertising is tailored for older people. More »

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Coca-Cola is the copyrighted trade name for the popular carbonated cola beverage, derived from the primary ingredients in the original recipe for the drink, namely coca leaf and kola nut. Although cocaine is an extract o... More »

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