This is a page that holds a bunch of trivia about Coca-Cola. All trivia will be posted below.
- In 2007, it would have taken $4,213,136,717 to literally buy the world a Coke.
- The Coca-Cola Collectors Club boasts an impressive total of 4,000 members.
- Un-bear-ably cute: The polar bear first appeared in Coca-Cola advertising in 1922.
- Talking turkey: Coca-Cola’s first TV commercial ran on Thanksgiving Day in 1950.
- Coca-Cola was first sold in 1886.
- They tickle your nose: Each deliciously carbonated Coke has 12,352 bubbles.
- Coca-Cola advertising sparkles with 46 Coca-Cola slogans in its advertising history.
- The first batch of Coca-Cola syrup was mixed in a 40-gallon brass kettle.
- Coca-Cola bottling expanded beyond the U.S. to Canada, Cuba & Panama in 1906.
- Since 1985 The Coca-Cola Foundation has donated over $160 million to education.
- Over 75% of solid waste from Coca-Cola Co. plants is recycled/reused.
- Each day, over 1 billion Coca-Cola beverages are enjoyed worldwide.
- When Coca-Cola arrived in Africa, it first landed in Morocco.
- Norman Rockwell painted 6 artistic creations for Coca-Cola’s advertising.
- The farthest delivery of Coca-Cola was 1 million miles–from earth to the space station.
- The first Coca-Cola bottling plant was opened in Chattanooga, TN.
- Minute Maid, owned by Coca-Cola, sells juices in 60 countries.
- As of 2007, all the 8-oz. Coca-Cola bottles made can go to the moon & back 1,677 times.
- Coca-Cola brought A Charlie Brown Christmas to TVs in 1965.
- For 75 years, Coca-Cola was the only Coca-Cola Company product.
- There are 275+ bottling operations making Coca-Cola products worldwide.
- In 58 years of production, we’ve made a BILLION+ gallons of Coca-Cola Syrup.
- Coca-Cola was first sold in bottles in 1894.
- Diet Coke is the #1-selling diet soft drink brand in the world.
- The 1st year more Coca-Cola was sold from bottles than a fountain was 1928.
- In 1888, Asa Griggs Candler bought the rights to make Coca-Cola for $2,300.
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