In a chapter titled “Mexicoke”, Boseley paints a bleak picture of the role the company plays in Mexico’s status as the world’s most obese nation: …Seventy percent of Mexican women are now overweight or obese. 268 more words
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September 2, 2001: An article published in the New York Times on this date reported on the H2NO campaign by Coca-Cola. H2NO refers to a effort by Coca-Cola to dissuade consumers from ordering tap water drinks at restaurants, and to instead order more profitable soft drinks, non-carbonated beverages, or bottled water. 48 more words
Personalisation is no longer a choice, it has become an expectant and requirement within the realms of marketing.
It has come on leaps and bounds since the days you used to return to a website and being thrown phrases like ‘Good to see you back 464 more words
Recently a couple has reported to allegedly finding a spider in their 2 Liter of Coca Cola. There has been claims in the past about bizarre findings in their soda, but you might reconsider drinking Soda all together once you see the size of that spider. 133 more words