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New unified look for cans
FYI - http://refrigerators.reviewed.com/news/coca-cola-tests-out-a-new-unified-look-for-cans - • Sbmeirow • Talk • 18:49, 30 March 2015 (UTC)
Coca cola and cocaine
- They never stopped using coca leaf extract, but the version they use in the modern era (since the early 1900s, actually) is processed in a way that removes the narcotic compounds. It is done by the Stepan Company, as is already mentioned in the article; see Coca-Cola#Coca – cocaine. oknazevad (talk) 01:10, 6 April 2015 (UTC)
New formula for Canada
Due to semi-protection I am unable to add this information. Perhaps someone with an account could add it?
In January 2015, Coca-Cola Ltd. Canada announced that the Canadian formulation of Coca-Cola would change to reduce the sugar content, making it consistent with the international version of Coca-Cola.
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A typical can of Coke (12 fl ounces/355 ml) contains 39 grams of sugar (usually in the form of high fructose corn syrup), the equivalent of 9 1/3 teaspoons of sugar.
to the values of 33g of sugar and 8 teaspoons. with the source http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/foods/show/4351?fgcd=&manu=&lfacet=&format=&count=&max=35&offset=&sort=&qlookup=14400 or http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/search/list?qlookup=14400
(same source, shorter url)
considering: source  "livestrong" is a very unreliable source. the replacement is from "United States Department of Agriculture", their "Agricultural Research Service ".
a much more reliable source and actually the source of the livestrong article, which manages to misquote the number.
secondly, source  isn't really a source, simply some pretty pictures along with no visible source for their information. It functions to provide a reference for the number of teaspoons 39g represents. this is unnecessary. a teaspoon is simply grams / 4.2
- Done Good source. And you're right, the later needs no reference, as it's a routine calculation. oknazevad (talk) 03:15, 27 May 2015 (UTC)
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"In 2013, Coke products could be found in over 200 countries worldwide,". When you say countries, it would be assumed that you are speaking of sovereign nations, but there are only 196 independent countries in the world today (2015). You may want to change "countries" to "countries and teritories". — Preceding unsigned comment added by Welkiner (talk • contribs) 07:14, 29 August 2015 (UTC)
Coca-Cola Irn-Bru ownership
Hi just an anonymous user not sure if this is the correct way to message about this, sorry. on the Coca-Cola is lists Irn-Bru as one of there product, as far as i can tell there are no sources to this and it is incorrect who ever edited that in may have confused the product with iron-bru which is a product owned by Coca-Cola, please review and/or edit, i cannot the page is locked — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 17:28, 2 September 2015 (UTC)