Why Canada Coca-Cola Jobs?

Coca-Cola, or Coca Cola, is a Coca-Cola soft drink. Originally designed as a patented drug, was invented at the end of the 19th century by John Pemberton and purchased by businessman Asa Gregg Candler. His marketing tactics led to Coca-Cola to dominate the global soda market throughout the 20th century. The name of the drink refers to two components of its original ingredients: cola nut (caffeine source) and coca leaves. The current version of Coca-Cola remains a trade secret, despite the publication of a variety of experimental recipes and recreational activities. Coca-Cola produces a center, which is then sold to Coca-Cola bottling companies around the world. Bottling companies, which have exclusive contracts with the company, produce finished products in cans and bottles from the center, along with filtered water and sweeteners. A liquid containing 12 ounces (350 ml) can contain 38 grams (1.3 ounces) of sugar (usually in high fructose corn syrup).