Mexican Coke, sometimes called “Mexi-Coke,” has become somewhat of a phenomenon in the United States. So, what makes Mexican Coke so much different than the fizzy drink bottled here? There are a few potential explanations, but the most popular explanations are the use of sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup and the return to the traditional glass Coke bottle.
A significant decline in diet soft drink offerings has led top companies, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, to refocus their efforts.
Coca-Cola is bringing back its successful “Share a Coke” initiative, first launched in Australia in 2011 and brought to the US in 2014. This time, the company will include over three times the names and expand its package varieties in an attempt to increase sales volume primarily from Millennials.
(NBC News – 2/8/14) With another exciting Olympic Games underway, there are a thousand story lines emerging from every angle. One of particular interest to us, and the focus of today’s post, touches a bit […]