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Guide to Coca-Cola

Coca-Cola has been invented in 1886 by Atlanta pharmacist John Pemberton. In the 124 years history of the Coca-Cola Company the drink has become both the world’s most famous carbonated water as well as strong symbol of freedom.

Coca-Cola today sells about 3300 different beverages in over 200 countries. “Coke” and other soft drinks, including Fanta and Sprite for example, are produced and distributed by a network of partners and approximately 93,000 employees all over the world.

The Coca-Cola Company is listed on the NYSE Exchange under the symbol KO. More about this famous company and its product can be found right here below.

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