What a Coke-up!
- Identification of Cola Beverages: II. A Further Study. Bowles Jr., J. W.; Pronko, N. H. // Journal of Applied Psychology;Oct48, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p559
The article presents the study that aims to identify three different one-oz. samples of Cola beverages including Coca Cola, Pepsi Cola, and Royal Crown Cola. Elementary Psychology freshmen students were the subjects of the study who were divided into two groups- 96 Ss in Part I and 60 in Part...
- Teach the World to Swig. // CREATIVITY;Feb2006, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p49
The article presents information about the soft drink Coke. Coke returns to reality with a slice-of-life spot that doesn't harp on the goodness in people. Instead, it remembers that everyone cheats a little, and a few sips of cola is worth bending the rules.
- SIX REASONS NOT TO TRUST THE COCA-COLA BRAND. Hargreaves-Allen, Venetia // Ecologist;Nov2003, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p30
Outlines reasons for not patronizing the Coca-Cola carbonated beverage from Coca-Cola Co. Health risks posed by its ingredients; Involvement of the company in a racial discrimination scandal in Atlanta, Georgia; Total amount of its advertising spendings. INSETS: COMPANY REPORT;KEY INGREDIENTS.
- Coke's sweet on low-carbs, low-sugar. // Packaging Digest;May2004, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p2
Features Coca-Cola's low-calorie carbonated drink, Coca-Cola C2, which will be introduced first in Japan then in the United States in summer 2004. Design of the packaging graphics by Pearlfisher; Other varieties of the Coca-Cola brand.
- The Real Thing. // Atlanta;May2007, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p38
The article presents various facts related to the soft drink Coca-Cola. It reports that coke delivery trucks were yellow and not red until the 1970s. It further reports that pharmacist John Pemberton first sold Coca-Cola in May 1886. It states that Coca-Cola Co. is one of the world's largest...
- Pop Question. Sjöberg, Lore // Wired;Oct2008, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p42
The article focuses on the testing of three Cokes with varying amounts of ice cubes given to drinkers in a local cineplex. The test intends to determine whether soda is best to drink with ice or without. A soda with ice whose temperature is at 40 degrees Fahrenheit is not fridge-frosty. On the...
- Health trend fails to halt UK's thirst for cola variants. Rogers, Daniel // Marketing (00253650);4/10/2003, p5
According to the survey conducted by OMD Snapshots, more than one-third of consumers in Great Britain drink cola at least once a week and one in ten drink it daily, despite the broader trend toward healthier beverages. The findings back the 'Soft Drinks Category Report' of Britvic which...
- BATTLE OF THE DIET COLA CLONES. // Consumer Reports;Dec2005, Vol. 70 Issue 12, p9
The article presents a product review and comparison of various sodas including Diet Coke, Diet Coke with Splenda, Coca-Cola Zero, Coca-Cola Classic, Diet Pepsi and Pepsi One. The author discusses the results of three-day taste-off between the colas. A chart detailing the results of the taste...
- Countdown to Zero. // Vending International;Jun2006, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p30
The article reports on the launch of the beverage "Coca-Cola" Zero by Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. (CCE) for British consumers. The "Coca-Cola" Zero drink with zero sugar along with "Coke" and "diet Coke" will offer a new, third way for the consumers to enjoy "Coke." CCE is sure about the increase...