Continue Once upon a time, back in 1886, John Pemberton invented Coca-Cola and sold it to customers of an Atlanta pharmacy. Or, at least, it was until the birth of Diet Coke – the no-calorie alternative to Coca-Cola,– almost 100 years later.Over the course of the following century the world fell in love with ice-cold Coke. It made its US debut in 1982 at Radio City in NYC and a year later (the same year the first mobile phone was released) Europe got a taste.'It's really about making sure we stand out on shelf with something that’s vibrant so that we are clearly positioning ourself as yet another vibrant addition to the Coke family - and it also compliments the rest of the family,' she said.Just before tasting Coke Life, I wrote a story on buses needing to increase the load limit by two tonnes to cater for the fact that Australian's waistlines have expanded almost 20 per cent between 19.My boyfriend – who we’ll call Tim for the purpose of not having to say ‘my boyfriend’ – isn’t an addict, but he gets ‘fucked up’ about once a fortnight on about a gram of coke.We‘re not talking , we’re talking a guy in his late 20s who discovered cocaine at uni and struggles to not do it on a monthly basis.
This means that, when we get home, he’ll try to have sex with me while swallowing consistently with a strangely intense look in his eye that makes him look like a different person, and when that doesn’t work (which it doesn’t), we’ll go to sleep knowing that the next two days are going to be a total write-off.Aloysa Hourigan from Nutrition Australia mentioned to Daily Mail Australia that although the statistics were not surprising - she hoped that a downward trend of junk food consumption in America would be picked up Down Under.'We truly believe obesity is a very complex issue and the causes of which are multi-factorial and our responsibility in this current environment is we want to continue to provide range and choice,' Ms Everett said.Set to be launched in New Zealand and Australia in April next year, Coca Cola Life has already been launched in America, the U. and Argentina - where the product actually has an astounding 60 per cent less sugar to cater to that particular South American market.Pemberton sold portions of his business to various parties, with the majority of the interest sold to Atlanta businessman, Asa G. In 1894, impressed by the growing demand for Coca‑Cola and the desire to make the beverage portable, Joseph Biedenharn installed bottling machinery in the rear of his Mississippi soda fountain, becoming the first to put Coca‑Cola in bottles.Large scale bottling was made possible just five years later, when in 1899, three enterprising businessmen in Chattanooga, Tennessee secured exclusive rights to bottle and sell Coca‑Cola.) to the specific dating questions on the Bottle Dating page are included so that a user can reference the necessary portions of that page.