Claud Hatcher bought a large amount of Coca-Cola syrup from a salesman and felt that he deserved a reduced price for such large volumes. When refused, Hatcher vowed to never purchase Coca-Cola again and was determined to develop his own soft drink. He kept his vow and today we have Royal Crown (RC) Cola.
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At the request of President Truman, Coca-Cola made a special clear version of Coke for Soviet Marshal Georgy Zhukov, so he could pretend he was drinking vodka rather than an American drink.
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A Coca-Cola corporate secretary once stole the secret Coca-Cola recipe and attempted to sell it to Pepsi. Instead of acquiring the recipe of their competitor, Pepsi called the FBI and had her arrested.
In 1985, a Coca-Cola employee was fired for being engaged to a Pepsi employee.
Coca-Cola is paying $100,000 to anyone who can find a new source of natural sweetener.
In 2004, farmers in India used Pepsi and Coca Cola instead of pesticides because they were cheaper and got the job done just as well.
At one point, Coca-Cola contained nearly nine milligrams of cocaine in each glass. source
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Coca-cola owns all the website url’s that can be read as ‘ahh’. Such as ahh, ahhhh, ahhhhh, and so on, all the way up to 62 h’s. source
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