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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Coca Cola is a Multinational Corporation that produces hundreds non-alcoholic beverages across the globe. History Coca Cola CocaCola was created by John Pemberton in 1886 and originally consisted of wine, kola nuts and coca leaves. Coca-Cola was created by John Pemberton in 1886 and originally consisted of wine, kola nuts and coca leaves. It was banned in 1900 because of temperance. Coca Cola As a Company Coca Cola headquarters are located in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. While Coca Cola created by John Pemberton the company was founded by Asa Griggs Cander in 1892 Has Subsidiary offices in Europe, Asia, North and South America, Pacific and Australia. Coca Cola Products Coca-Cola produces not only their trademark drink Coca Cola they produce many others such as: Sprite, Dr Pepper, Fanta , Nestea and Mt. Franklin water. Advertising Coca-Cola advertises their products by the use of: Social media Tv Ads Bill Boards Economical Factors The economical factors of having coca cola factories in Developing countries is that each factory employs around 2000 people and pays them adequately for their work. Environmental Factors The Coca-Cola Company states that they are always looking for cleaner and more efficient way to produce their product.As well as improving itself Coca-Cola has also signed and created many campaigns to clean the environment such as Arctic Home; A three year campaign to protectPolar Bears and their habitat alongside WWF as well as Saving Englands chalk Streams In which Coca-Cola again Paired with WWF-UK To help keep the chalk steams running, The campaign started in 2007 and has been running since. 1904 Only "Spent" Coca leaves were used in the formula so all illicit substances were removed but still had the same flavour. Cultural Factors Coca Cola has impacted developing countries Social Factors Endorsements Pemberton originally created it as a cure for morphine addiction. Coca Cola has socially impacted developing countries
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