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Crazy As A Coca-Cola Conspiracy

Not so deep in the history and psyche of America, rests the incident known as “the day Coca-Cola switched from their much beloved, and proven formula drink to a new tasting formula with a clever name to match.” OK, that wasn’t really the name of the incident, but….. 417 more words

New Coke

New Coke (Coca-Cola, 1985)

In 1985, Coca-Cola decided to reformulate its flagship soft drink and dubbed it “New Coke.” The New Coke originally didn’t have a separate name until 1992 when it was renamed Coke II. 238 more words

Food

Milo To Follow Cadbury's Lead And Change Recipe

Nestle makers of iconic milk drink Milo have announced several changes to their recipe to appeal to new tastes.

Head of Nestle marketing Mike Nesbitt told… 223 more words

The UnAustralian

Adam's Fun Facts: How did Starbucks get its name? Who likes New Coke? High Heel Injuries & More

Who likes New Coke?  What was Starbucks named after and what was the name almost going to be?  How many apps does the average iphone owner have?  113 more words

Features

Time Machine: "Coke Classic Vs New Coke"

When I was in college, a friendly security guard used to call me “Coke” implying that I might’ve been high on cocaine. Although I thought it was funny, I said to myself…’Alright joker, I AM high on coke, but it’s Coca-Cola’ my favorite drink which I don’t get enough of these days :-) 156 more words

New Coke is coming back...in film form

Deadline is reporting that Zombieland writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese have started development on a movie about New Coke.

The story of New Coke is a very interesting one… 74 more words

80s

The Christ-Life Formula

        In 1985, the Coca-Cola Company did something that provoked a response from nearly every single person on the planet. They introduced us to a cultural phenomenon that is just now known as “New Coke.” It doesn’t matter that it was thirty years ago, New Coke still refers to that one incident back in the 80s when for three months Coke wasn’t Coke anymore. 1,344 more words

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