Does Coca Cola make drinks on disputed territory in Israel?

No. Our manufacturing plants in Israel are in Bnai Brak and Askelon, neither of which is in disputed territory. They are 100% owned by a private company, Central Bottling Company (CBC). Did you know? Coca‑Cola may be a global brand but all our bottling operations are local. The first people to be hurt by any boycotts are our local employees, followed by the thousands of retailers, distributors, farmers and others throughout our supply chain

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What has Coca‑Cola done to ensure water is used responsibly in its operations in India?

Managing water responsibly is the highest priority in our approach to environmental policy and corporate social responsibility in India. In 2010, we achieved our goal to be a “net positive” user of groundwater and created design potential to return an equivalent amount to what we use. We accomplished this through rainwater harvesting, drip irrigation and other initiatives. We have about 400 Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) projects in place across

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When was The Coca-Cola Company founded?

1892. While Coca-Cola was invented and first sold in 1888, the secret formula and brand was bought in 1889 by Asa Griggs Candler, who incorporated The Coca-Cola Company three years later. On 5 September, 1919, a consortium of businessmen led by Ernest Woodruff, Robert W. Woodruff's father, purchased The Coca-Cola Company for $25 million and it went on the New York stock market. Find out about the history of Coca-Cola.

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Who knows the secret formula of Coca-Cola?

Only a few people in the world. Dr. John S. Pemberton invented Coca-Cola in 1886. Since then, the formula has been kept under wraps, shared only with a small group. Did you know? The secret formula of Coca-Cola is written on a piece of paper which is kept in a vault in the United States. You can visit of Coca-Cola the Vault of the Secret Formula at the World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta. Read the Coca-Cola story from our beginnings in Atlanta

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Is the Coca-Cola formula kept secret because the company has something to hide?

Yes, but in a good way. The formula for making Coca-Cola is a trade secret. We have protected the special taste of Coca-Cola for more than 130 years. Only The Coca-Cola Company knows how to make Coca-Cola. That way, when you buy one of our drinks, you can be sure you’re getting the same delicious and refreshing experience time and time again! Did you know? The most closely guarded and best-kept secret in the food and drinks industry, the Coca-Cola

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What is The World of Coca-Cola?

The World of Coca-Cola is a museum in Atlanta, Georgia, showcasing our 130-year history. It contains a host of entertainment areas, a behind-the-scenes look at the bottling process, a thrilling 4-D movie experience, never-before-displayed artefacts and even the vault where the secret formula is kept! Find out more information on the official website and book your visit. 

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Do you market your drinks to children in Mexico?

We have global standards which we follow in every country to ensure our brands are marketed responsibly and never to children under 12. In Mexico and elsewhere, we offer low and no sugar options and a wide variety of pack sizes to help people choose the right drinks for them and their families. As a major food and drink manufacturer, we know there is more we can do to play our part in tackling obesity, so we continue to work to raise awareness

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Does the sugar in Coca-Cola cause diabetes?

Being overweight or obese is a major risk factor for Type 2 diabetes. Eating and drinking too many calories, including from soft drinks, can contribute to weight gain, which in turn increases the risk of diabetes. A balanced lifestyle is key to successful weight management. Like all food and drink, soft drinks with sugar can be consumed in moderation as long as people don’t consume them to excess. For those who want to reduce their calorie and sugar

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Why do some drinks like Diet Coke and Fanta Zero have calories when they’re labelled as having zero calories?

Because a drink which has 4 calories per 100ml or less is defined by the European Nutrition and Health Claims Regulation as “calorie-free” or “zero calorie”. Given that it’s recommended an average adult should consume no more than 2,000 calories per day, the 10 calories in a 330ml can of Fanta Orange Zero is so low as to be negligible.  Find out the ingredients and nutritional information for all our drinks.

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