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Coca Cola is the universal soft drink and one of the most recognizable brand names in the world. The recipe of this soft drink is locked in a vault in Atlanta, Georgia.
Asked in Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Sprite
What happens if you put Tylenol in a soda?
Well, for one thing, it makes the soda taste really nasty. The fact that you would even ask this question indicates that you've been told something about this. It's probably not true, but if you want to be sure, you might ask again, phrasing the question in a more specific way, like "If you put Tylenol in soda does it make girls want to love you long time" or something of the sort. (No, it doesn't, if that's more or less...
Asked in English Football, Coca-Cola
When does the Coca-Cola championship season start?
The start date for the Coca Cola Championship, League One and League Two in the 2010-11 season is August 7, 2010 - a week before the start of the Premier League on August 14. ...
Asked in Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Mission Statements
Evaluate mission statement of pepsi cola?
product : "foods and beverages" client:" Investors" Market"World" Technlogy:non Philosoph: "we strive for honesty, fairness and integrity." Self_Image: "We seek to produce healthy financial rewards " Public_Image: "enrichment to our business partners and the communities " Concer For Profit: " we provide opportunities for growth " Concer For HR: "enrichment to our employees " I Hope I Did it Right Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_mission_statement_of_Pepsi#ixzz1OKTbGpW0" ...
Asked in Nutrition, Coca-Cola, Sugar and Sweeteners
How many grams of sugar are in a Coke?
The answer, by law in the United States, has to be placed on the coke can itself. A 12 ounce can of Coca Cola contains 39 grams of sugar. This converts to 1.37568 ounces. This is roughly a bit more than two tablespoons. ...
Asked in Coca-Cola, Acids and Bases
How do acids in Coca-Cola clean a coin?
Coca Cola contains a very important chemical substance called Phosphorous Acid. The chemical formula is H3PO4. This means that this chemical is formed out of 3 atoms of Hydrogen (H3), 1 atom Phosphorous (P) and 4 atoms of Oxygen (O4). A collection of atoms you call a molecule, in this case a Phosphorous Acid molecule. When you add water to this acid, Coke is a lot of water, the molecule will break apart, into 4 pieces. H+ H+ H+ (3H+) and PO43-. Those pluses...
Asked in Cold and Flu, Coca-Cola, Pulmonary Health
Does warm coke and lime help a cough?
It can. I had the flu 3 weeks ago and this worked, it helped me breathe better and it cleared my throat. But an even better drink for a cough (better tasting to me) is ginger tea. Here are directions for making Ginger Tea: Buy fresh ginger root from the grocery or health food store and get a piece about the size of the palm of your hand. The fresher the better. I determine the freshness by breaking off a piece....
What is the pestle analysis for coca cola?
PEST Analysis for Coca - Cola: The Coca - Cola Company The PEST Analysis identifies changes in the market caused by: Political , Economical, Social and Technological factors. Political Analysis and Factors: Those Non- Alcoholic Beverages like; Coca-Cola, are within the food category, under the FDA (Food and Drug Administration). The government has control over the manufacturing procedure of these products in terms of regulations.Companies who fail to meet the standards of law, are fined by the government. Following are provided some of the factors that...
Asked in Coca-Cola
How did coca cola get so big?
Well, they had a lot of advertising. They used images of fame and good-times to show that if YOU drank Coca-Cola, you could have all that too. Also, they were the first "cola" on the market, and they were the only cola on the market for a long time. Now, they're a corporate giant with over 60 drinks to their name, and the most-bought drink in the US. ...
Asked in Nutrition, Carbonated Beverages, Coca-Cola
How much sugar is in a can of coke?
The average American can of Coke is 10.91% high fructose corn syrup. That is 45g of sugar, same as 8 tsp of sugar. I guess then, it's not a good idea to "Buy the World a Coke (1977 song)" It's best not to consume more than 40 grams of added sweeteners per day-about the amount in a 12-ounce Coke. A 12 ounce can of Coca-Cola contains 40.5 grams of sugar. ...
Can Coca-Cola really dissolve a tooth overnight?
Not even close. Although teeth submerged in a cup of soda do eventually dissolve because of the acid present, this process takes several days. This myth likely originated from a 1950 Congressional testimony by a Cornell University professor named Clive McCay. He was trying to convince a committee of House representatives that soda could cause cavities, and he claimed teeth submerged in Coke would soften and begin to dissolve in two days’ time. His claims, though,...
Asked in Nutrition, Celiac Disease, Coca-Cola, Gluten
Is Coke gluten free?
Coke is safe to drink if you require a Gluten Free diet and do not react to less than 200 ppm of gluten. The Coca-Cola company makes this statement on their website: "We are able to confirm that, in the U.S. and Canada, the following products are gluten free: Coca-Cola classic caffeine free Coca-Cola classic Coca-Cola Blak Coca-Cola Black Cherry Vanilla Coca-Cola C2 Coca-Cola with Lime Coca-Cola Zero Barq's root beer caffeine free Barq's root beer diet Barq's root beer diet Barq's Red...
How long does it take for Coke to decay the teeth?
It depends on how long the tooth is in contact with the teeth. we did an experiment in school and we concluded that if a tooth was soaked in coke it would decay in 0-1 weeks when soaked in fanta it took 1-2 weeks. ...
Asked in Christmas, Coca-Cola, Santa Claus
What is the original color of Santa Claus' suit before it became red in the Coca-Cola ads?
Before the Coca-Cola ads ''popularized'' red as the color of Santa's suit, he was often depicted in green, though also in red, brown, and white. Green was the traditional color of the British Father Christmas. (Remember the Spirit of Christmas Present in ''A Christmas Carol?") Also, green, as in evergreens, was traditionally associated with the winter solstice season. Though some think Coca-cola started or created the red suit, they did not; they just made it popular. Technically, the paintings of Haddon Sundblom made...