Coke allows consumers to create own brands

Parsons, Russell
June 2012
Marketing Week (Online Edition);6/21/2012, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launch of Freestyle vending machines, which can dispense more than 100 soft drinks from Coca-Cola, in Great Britain as of June 2012.


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