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How much does coke cost to make?


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2010-03-01 10:30:24
2010-03-01 10:30:24

The cost of making Coke is very cheap in comparison to the retail price. The can and the plastic 6-pack wrapper and make the cost of producing a can of Coke about 6 cents. The Coke syrup and carbonation adds about 10 cents to the cost and shipping and handling costs increase the cost to 25c. So approximately 40 to 50 cents per can.


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