Coca-Cola


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Coca-Cola

(ˌkəʊkəˈkəʊlə)
n
1. (Brewing) trademark a carbonated soft drink flavoured with coca leaves, cola nuts, caramel, etc
2. (Sociology) (modifier) denoting the spread of American culture and values to other parts of the world: Coca-Cola generation.
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Coca-Cola

® [ˌkəʊkəˈkəʊlə] ncoca-cola ® f inv
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6 June 2016 - European Coca-Cola bottlers Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc.
Extends the global equity and iconic appeal of original Coca-Cola across the trademark, uniting the Coca-Cola family under the worlds number one beverage brand.
Coca Cola Zero completes the Coca-Cola 'trilogy' of original Coca-Cola, an iconic brand loved by people across the globe and Coca-Cola light, with its unique, lighter taste that has a loyal customer base, skewed towards women.
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Coca-Cola has agreed to scrap rebates linked to sales or growth targets for retailers.
Just months before the Los Angeles Unified School District bans soda sales on campus, Coca-Cola has decided to end its 22-year sponsorship of the Academic Decathlon program, officials said Thursday.
La compra convierte a FEMSA en Ia segunda embotelladora de CocaCola del mundo, despues de la matriz de Coca-Cola en Atlanta, con franquicias en nueve paises de la region: Mexico, Brasil, Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia, y en una buena parte de Centroamerica.
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