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    Coke vs Coke. The title of this web is “What is the difference between Coke Zero and Coca-Cola Zero Sugar?” It was issued by the Coca-Cola Company on the 4th of August 2017. In this website, the company tries to bring to the knowledge of the customers what the Coke Zero contains and that which makes it unique when compared to Coca-Cola Zero Sugar and the other products of the Coca-Cola Company. The company is advertising its new product to the customers through the internet by answering the…

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    Fun Facts about Polypropylene: In 2013, the global market for polypropylene was around 55 million metric tons. Invented in 1954 by Giulio Natta of Milan, Italy It can be represented by this symbol: Objects made of polypropylene Electric cables Food packaging Plastic bottles Carpet backing Corrugated boards Structure of Polypropylene Chemical Formula: (C3H6)n Polypropylene is a polymer* with a crystalline structure. - For the crystalline region, many monomer propylene will bond together…

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    Introduction Cadbury Company Cadbury Dairy Milk is one of the world’s biggest confectionery company holds number one or two positions in the 50 largest global confectionery markets. They create chocolate, gum and candy brands. There are nearly 50,000 employees in over 60 countries and sell their products in markets everywhere around the worldCadbury, which is the world's second largest confectionery company, the second largest chewing gum company, the third largest soft drinks company,…

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    1) Tylenol was created as the first aspirin-free analgesic openly available on the market. This market changing drug was created by McNeil Laboratories in 1955 and was quickly bought by Johnson & Johnson (J&J) in 1959. By 1979, Tylenol became “the #1 branded product in the Health and Beauty Aid category, surpassing the eighteen-year leader, CREST Toothpaste”. Tylenol experienced a major crisis in 1982 when seven Chicagoans were reported dead after consuming Extra Strength Tylenol. This posed…

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    In 1856, in the town of Birmingham, one of the biggest industrial revelations occurred. The first man made plastic had been constructed, and it was presented at the Great international exhibition six years later by none other that the man who made it Alexander Parkes. Soon after more information was collected and it had come to the conclusion that plastics were synthetic organic polymers, and the reaction plastic was formed came to be known as polymerization. The word itself derived from the…

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    of Coca-Cola The history of Coca-Cola can be traced back to 1886 when an Atlanta pharmacist, Dr. John S. Pemberton, made the drink out of curiosity. He created a caramel-colored flavored liquid syrup, which is then mixed with carbonated water and took it to his neighborhood pharmacy. The new drink was regarded “excellent” and considered something special by the customers who sampled it. Frank M. Robinson who is Dr. Pemberton’s partner and bookkeeper was credited with the naming of “Coca-Cola”…

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    AND COCA COLA Coca-Cola has a very large product category including e.g. different type of cola drinks, energy drinks, juices and so on. This also applies to Pepsi, which operates additionally in the food business. King of the cola drinks is definitely the Coca-Cola Classic, which is the most sold soft drink in the world. It has become with a lot different flavors as well like lemon, cherry and vanilla. Another significant cola products of this leading company are Coca-Cola Light and…

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    Battle for the Can. The giants of the soft-drink industry, Pepsi and Coca-Cola, take an inevitable battle against each other for the reign of authority over restaurants. Coca-Cola, and Pepsi each have a similar soft drink that co-inside with each other, giving no real edge upon each other aside from advertising and recipe. Psychologically, Coca-Cola’s ads are much more effective than Pepsi. As Coca-Cola’s company color is associated with either, red or white, the introduction of another…

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    Coca-Cola strategies analysis Starting with Coca-Cola Company and its step to global Invention of Coca-Cola and Asa Griggs marketing plan We might have some question about Coca-Cola? How was Coca-Cola invented? How does it being spread and accepted by all people around the world? Coca-Cola was invented by the John Pemberton, who was a pharmacist, he came out with a secret formula and finally, Coca-Cola invented. Despite being a great-tasting product, Coca-Cola’s existence was largely unknown.…

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    experiment to see if caffeine affects a participant’s reaction time. The results will show if the drug (caffeine) has any effects on an individual. The hypothesis is that participants who had Caffeinated Cola will have a larger positive decrease in reaction time than the participants who drunk decaffeinated Cola and water. Results Table: The effect of a caffeinated drink and a decaffeinated drink in reaction time results Drink Mean of the before reaction time (mm) Mean of the after reaction…

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