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30 Secrets About Coca-Cola You Never Knew

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Meghan De Maria of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 31: Is there any brand that’s more ingrained in American living than Coca-Cola? Coke is the perfect drink to complement your popcorn at the movie theater, it’s a part of combo meals at restaurant chains, and it’s just plain fun to drink. If you can’t get enough of the classic soda, you’ll love these 30 Coca-Cola facts. They’ll make your next Coke bottle even more fun.Originally created in 1886, Coca-Cola has been through plenty of ups and downs over the years. But the Coke recipe has stayed largely the same, save for the brand’s ill-advised foray into “New Coke.” The company has also added plenty of other drinks to its name, too, including things like Diet Coke, as well as acquisitions like the Minute Maid family of juices.And while it will probably be a favorite drink for years to come, Coke fans are doing way more than just sipping it over ice, too. Recipes like cola chicken and Coca-Cola cake have fashioned new ways to make use of Coke’s sweet, fizzy nature. However you like it, Coke is one product that’s here to stay. So pour yourself a glass and dive into the brand’s history with these 30 facts about Coca-Cola. And don’t forget to read up on Why McDonald’s Coke Tastes the Best, too—you’re not imagining it.

30 Secrets About Coca-Cola You Never Knew

Is there any brand that’s more ingrained in American living than Coca-Cola? Coke is the perfect drink to complement your popcorn at the movie theater, it’s a part of combo meals at restaurant chains, and it’s just plain fun to drink. If you can’t get enough of the classic soda, you’ll love these 30 Coca-Cola facts. They’ll make your next Coke bottle even more fun.

Originally created in 1886, Coca-Cola has been through plenty of ups and downs over the years. But the Coke recipe has stayed largely the same, save for the brand’s ill-advised foray into “New Coke.” The company has also added plenty of other drinks to its name, too, including things like Diet Coke, as well as acquisitions like the Minute Maid family of juices.

And while it will probably be a favorite drink for years to come, Coke fans are doing way more than just sipping it over ice, too. Recipes like cola chicken and Coca-Cola cake have fashioned new ways to make use of Coke’s sweet, fizzy nature. However you like it, Coke is one product that’s here to stay. So pour yourself a glass and dive into the brand’s history with these 30 facts about Coca-Cola. And don’t forget to read up on Why McDonald’s Coke Tastes the Best, too—you’re not imagining it.

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