COKE has been a round for a long time in Malaysia. I drank my first coke when I was a little boy but never really liked it. I still don’t.
Back in those days, it was rumoured that there was opium in coke which explained why people liked it in spite of the strange taste.
Another rumour was that someone’s grandmother had accidentally put her dentures into a glass of coke overnight. Next morning, it was gone, dissolved in the coke!
UK launches new trafficlight nutrition label – red-yellow-green = bad-ok-good. Interestingly Coca Cola signs up: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/06/cocacola-red-label_n_5774420.html …
Why Coca-Cola Classic Will Soon Have A Big Red Dot In The U.K.
Some Coke cans in the U.K. will soon get marked with a red dot because of the drink’s high sugar content.
The labels are part of a voluntary program launched in the U.K. in July of last year. Food and drink get tagged red, yellow and green according to its nutritional value. Healthier fare gets a green label.
What three Coke products look like with the new health labels. Notice the big red mark on the left.
Coke says the new labels will begin appearing on products in the first half of next year.
Coke to drop controversial ingredient entirely
NEW YORK: Coca-Cola says it will drop a controversial ingredient from a variety of its drinks, not just Powerade.
*Controversy over Coca Cola commercial, AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL
*“Things go better with Coca Cola, Things go better with Coke!”