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    I saw this on Reddit and I snorted..... First time I've ever heard Pepsi referred to this way and now I'll never be able to "unsee" it.
  3. unchanged On Passover, observant Jews refrain from eating leavened foods or foods with leavening ingredients. The yellow caps indicate that the soda is kosher, or fit, for drinking on Passover. It's made with Coke's original recipe of sucrose instead of corn syrup, which some people think tastes better, anyway.
  4. I hope that all the chemicals that Coca Cola has which can clean toilets can distroy all the bacteria using non-filtered water in other countries 😀
  5. Update: It appears the company requires some filtration. Check out this post: Ever since Coca-Cola came out with their new Freestyle Coke Machine, we’ve been getting call after call on Everpure’s CLM filtration systems! WHY? Because Everpure CLM has recently been validated by a third party lab to meet the tccc specifications for point of use filtration systems for the Freestyle machines! Hooray!! Being an Everpure master distributor, we are proud to carry this line of CLM water filter systems. But why the CLM line? What is CLM? I’m glad you asked! CLM is short for chloramine. As you might know, chloramine is a chemical compound made by reacting ammonia with the active ingredient in chlorine bleach. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, chloramines provide better protection against bacterial regrowth in water system. But chloramines can still effect the taste and odor of your water and can cause, through time, damage to your water applications. The specifications for the Coke Freestyle machine requires all taste and odor to be removed, the chlorine/chloramine levels to be less then 0.5 ppm, and sediment removal.Everpure’s CLM line meets all the filtration requirements for the Freestyle machine. It reduces chloramines, chlorine and other offensive contaminants that can adversely effect the taste and odor of the beverage. It’s sub-micron technology reduces dirt and particles 1/2 micron in size. It improves the taste of fountain beverages and helps retain the drink’s carbonation. Have you ever received a complaint that your soda taste flat? Well, here’s your solution! The CLM line also protects your drink system’s seals, pump, tubing and small orifices from clogging, corrosion and abrasive wear. It is also NSF certified under NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53. The CLM line comes in single, twin, triple and quad systems. We also have systems with a pre-filtration option. So if you are apart of a restaurant using a Coca-cola Freestyle machine or you currently service a Freestyle machine, contact us today for more information on Everpure’s CLM line and how we can help you. You can also check out our CLM line on our website! Click here: EVERPURE’S CLM LINE!
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  6. Just curious since when traveling it could be hazardous otherwise
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    Coca-Cola Roast Beef

    I'll prepare this next Wednesday, despite my latina culture of not eating meat during Semana Santa 😂
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    Coca-Cola Roast Beef

    ingredients 3 1/2 pounds beef roast (sirloin tip, round, or boneless chuck) 1 package onion soup mix 1 can coca-cola directions Preheat oven to 300 degrees F. Place the roast in a baking dish. Sprinkle the onion soup evenly over the meat. Pour the cola over the top. Cover the pan tightly with aluminum foil. Place in oven and bake at 300 degrees F for 3-4 hours or until tender.
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  9. We all know the Coca-Cola logo when we see it. But the changes this logo has seen! Oh, if logos could talk. It hasn’t always looked exactly as it does now, as this timeline explains... 1886 – What’s in a name? John S Pemberton finalises the formula for his new drink, and his partner, Frank M Robinson, suggests the name Coca-Cola, believing that “the two Cs would look well in advertising”. He experiments with writing the company’s name in Spencerian script – a popular writing style back then. 1887-1890s – Inserting the trademark The trademark is added to the tail of the first ‘C’. 1890-1891 – Extra swirls For one year only, our logo gets a dramatic, swirly makeover. 1941-1960s – Tail tweak The words ‘Trademark Registered’ move out of the tail of the ‘C’. The trademark is noted below the logo, instead of inside it. 1958-1960s – A fishy shape This is the age of the Arciform or ‘fishtail’ logo 1969 – That white wave The Arden Square logo is unveiled. In a red box, the Coca-Cola script is underlined with a white ‘wave’, or ‘Dynamic Ribbon Device’. This is still used today. 2003 – Keeping it real As part of the ‘Coca-Cola... Real’ campaign, the white wave is enhanced with a shock of yellow and some bubbles. 2007 – A classic design A simple, bold approach with a single white ribbon. 2011 – 125 years of happiness Coca-Cola's 125th birthday logo sees bubbles bursting from the contour bottle – a celebration of past, present and future. 2013-2014 – Your name, that classic font The Share a Coke campaign swaps our logo with your first name. 2015 Read about our "one brand" strategy.
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