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History

Coca-Cola has become the most consumed beverage in the world since 1886. Coca cola was created by pharmacist, Dr. John S. Pemberton. The brand sells 1.7 billion drinks per day in over 200 countries worldwide

Popular Belief

There is a lot of popular beliefs about the creation and development of the famous American soft drink Coca-Cola. Many people believe that the coca cola drink is manufactured in basic cocaine. But for years, the cocaine was removed from Coca-Cola, not for health reasons, but for fear of raising new social tensions. Moreover, this beverage contains a huge amount of sucrose which can cause diabetes and obesity and tooth decay.

Myths

For being most popular beverage in the world, there are numerous unfounded rumors about it, some more hurtful that have a very harmful effect. They say that that the Coca-Cola spelled backwards in Arabic means “not Mohammed, not in Mecca”. Another myth about this beverage is that Santa Claus was invented by the brand. Coca-Cola is a very useful cooking ingredients. Coca is a very powerful cleaner that can dissolve anything, extremely dangerous for our bones.

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Coca cola is the most famous and largest beverage in the world. Wherever you can go around the world, you will find it. Coca-Cola is now the symbol of mass consumption and globalization. The brand has many other sub-brands which are very famous such as Sprite, Fanta, Minute Maid, etc.

 

 

Reference

Conversations Staff. (2012, January 1). 5 Things You Never Knew About Santa Claus and Coca-Cola. Retrieved from http://www.coca-colacompany.com/stories/coke-lore-santa-claus/

The Daily Meal. (2014, March 28). Famous Coca-Cola myths. Retrieved from http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2014/03/28/famous-coca-cola-myths/

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