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With more than years of service to the world with 3, total products being served in over countries, Coca Cola measures itself in terms of global demographics instead of local ones.
Coca Cola is the second most used word in the world today. It is recognized in every known language in the world. Bottling operators, distributors, canning specialists, and wholesalers all do business with this brand. Unlike its competition, however, Coca Cola is sticking to their sweet sodas and carbonated beverages.
More than million cases of classic Coca Cola were sold in over the numbers. Latin America and the Middle East show a massive potential for growth.
The number of servings of Coke products that are consumed around the world on the average day: Coca Cola spans all customer demographics by offering at least one beverage in every category, including soy-based drinks, water, and energy drinks.
The company makes so much money that it has more incoming revenues every year than countries where Coke is sold. The number of vending machines that Coca Cola owns around the world: The world has consumed so much Coca Cola that if all the bottles were laid end to end, there would be enough to span 2, round trip journeys to the moon and back.
Many nations have limited access to safe water to drink. Coca Cola, which is either canned or bottled, provides an alternative that is affordable for most population demographics. In the world today, the average person will consume at least one Coca Cola product once every 4 days.
The average Mexican will drink servings of Coca Cola products in the next year. Metal suppliers are also a demographic for Coca Cola. This brand uses k tons of aluminum to create cans for its drink. Health-conscious consumers are also a demographic for Coke, as there are more than 1, different kinds of juice drinks offered.
You might not even realize that this is true. Even health brands of beverages, such as Odwalla, fall under the umbrella of Coke. This domination of the beverage market helps them to snag customers even when they are actively trying not to purchase Coca Cola products.
It is literally everywhere. Who Drinks Coke The Most? Half of Americans aged 18 to 34 say they drink regular soda. This age demographic and men in general are also slightly more likely to consume soda than their counterparts.
People who are overweight tend to drink more soda in general than others. As a BMI rises, so do the chances of regular soda consumption. Among those who drink any soda, the average daily amount is 2. Soda consumption is higher in nonwhite populations than it is in Caucasian populations.Coca-Cola continues to re-affirm its commitment to India through active ‘Citizenship Efforts.” All its plants an effective advertising strategy, Coca-Cola has created a brand that stands for affordability and Coca-Coca-Cola, India: AT A GLANCE • countries.
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Coca-Cola has a presence in over countries worldwide and is acknowledged as the most recognised brand in the world.
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growth of Cott Corp. of 18% which is significantly higher than that of Coca-Cola and PepsiCo. The American Beverage Association () states that in , the retail sales for the entire soft-drink industry were $ billion.