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  • More than a third of the total water used in Coca-Cola operations in India is renewed and returned to groundwater systems.
  • Coca-Cola workers in Colombia are not manufacturing product for export -- Coca-Cola products manufactured in Colombia are sold only there.
  • Coca-Cola's India business creates employment for more than 150,000 people.
  • 'Coca-Cola' was invented on May 8, 1886 by Dr John Styth Pemberton, a pharmacist, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. It first went on sale in Jacob's Pharmacy, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • The bottling rights for 'Coca-Cola' were sold for US$1.00 in the 1890's. The trademark 'Coca-Cola', used in the marketplace since 1886, was registered with the US Patent Office on January 31, 1893 and the trademark 'Coke' was registered in 1945.
  • 'Coca-Cola' is the most recognised trademark, recognised by 94% of the world's population and is the most widely recognised word after "OK".
  • 'Coca-Cola' was first sold in Australia in 1937 and in New Zealand in 1939.
  • 'Coca-Cola' and the Olympics began their association in Amsterdam in the summer of 1928. That association has continued for all subsequent Games.
  • 'Diet Coke' was launched nationally in Australia in 1983. By the end of that year, it was already the second highest selling carbonated soft drink in Australia after 'Coca-Cola'.
  • The 'Coca-Cola' system has more than 500 brands available around the world including 'diet Coke', 'Fanta' and 'Sprite' and there are more than 1200 bottling plants around the world.
  • If all the 'Coca-Cola' ever produced was poured into the famous contour bottles and placed end to end, they would stretch to the moon and back 1045 times.
  • There are nearly 10,450 soft drinks from The Coca-Cola Company consumed every second of every day.
  • In its first year, servings of 'Coca-Cola' amounted to less than 10 a day. Today one billion servings are consumed every day!
  • If all the 'Coca-Cola' ever produced were in regular sized bottles, there would be over 4 trillion bottles. If these were stacked on a football field the total would make a mountain over 325 miles high. This is more than 60 times taller than Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world.
  • 'Coca-Cola' first came to Asia after the turn of the century when it was introduced in the Philippines. Local bottling operations began soon after in both the Philippines and China.
  • The longest 'Coca-Cola' distribution route is in Australia - 2,186 miles from Perth, Western Australia to the north of the state!
  • Although 'Coca-Cola' is enjoyed ice-cold around the world, in Hong Kong it is sometimes served hot as a remedy for colds!
  • If all the 'Coca-Cola' ever produced were flowing over Niagra falls at its normal rate of 1.5 million gallons per second instead of water, the falls would flow for 38 hours and 46 minutes!
  • More than a third of the total water used in Coca-Cola operations in India is renewed and returned to groundwater systems.
  • Coca-Cola workers in Colombia are not manufacturing product for export -- Coca-Cola products manufactured in Colombia are sold only there.
  • Coca-Cola's India business creates employment for more than 150,000 people.
  • 'Coca-Cola' was invented on May 8, 1886 by Dr John Styth Pemberton, a pharmacist, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. It first went on sale in Jacob's Pharmacy, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • The bottling rights for 'Coca-Cola' were sold for US$1.00 in the 1890's. The trademark 'Coca-Cola', used in the marketplace since 1886, was registered with the US Patent Office on January 31, 1893 and the trademark 'Coke' was registered in 1945.
  • 'Coca-Cola' is the most recognised trademark, recognised by 94% of the world's population and is the most widely recognised word after "OK".
  • 'Coca-Cola' was first sold in Australia in 1937 and in New Zealand in 1939.
  • 'Coca-Cola' and the Olympics began their association in Amsterdam in the summer of 1928. That association has continued for all subsequent Games.
  • 'Diet Coke' was launched nationally in Australia in 1983. By the end of that year, it was already the second highest selling carbonated soft drink in Australia after 'Coca-Cola'.
  • The 'Coca-Cola' system has more than 500 brands available around the world including 'diet Coke', 'Fanta' and 'Sprite' and there are more than 1200 bottling plants around the world.
  • If all the 'Coca-Cola' ever produced was poured into the famous contour bottles and placed end to end, they would stretch to the moon and back 1045 times.
  • There are nearly 10,450 soft drinks from The Coca-Cola Company consumed every second of every day.
  • In its first year, servings of 'Coca-Cola' amounted to less than 10 a day. Today one billion servings are consumed every day!
  • If all the 'Coca-Cola' ever produced were in regular sized bottles, there would be over 4 trillion bottles. If these were stacked on a football field the total would make a mountain over 325 miles high. This is more than 60 times taller than Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world.
  • 'Coca-Cola' first came to Asia after the turn of the century when it was introduced in the Philippines. Local bottling operations began soon after in both the Philippines and China.
  • The longest 'Coca-Cola' distribution route is in Australia - 2,186 miles from Perth, Western Australia to the north of the state!
  • Although 'Coca-Cola' is enjoyed ice-cold around the world, in Hong Kong it is sometimes served hot as a remedy for colds!
  • If all the 'Coca-Cola' ever produced were flowing over Niagra falls at its normal rate of 1.5 million gallons per second instead of water, the falls would flow for 38 hours and 46 minutes!