Coca-cola Logo – Coca-Cola is a soft drink sold in vibrant shops, restaurants and vending machines in more than 200 countries. It is produced by The Coca-Cola Company. At first, when he invented the pharmacist John Pemberton, was a medicine patented, but was later bought out by businessman Asa Griggs Candler, whose tactics of marketing made ​​to drink one of the most consumed of the twentieth century.

The company actually produces concentrate for Coca-Cola, which is then sold to various licensed bottlers, which mix the concentrate with water, filtered and sweeteners and, later, sell and distribute beverage cans and bottles at retail or wholesale.

There are also variants of the Coca-Cola, manufactured by the same company, like Coca-Cola Light and Diet Coke, others are Coca-Cola without caffeine, Cherry Coke, Vanilla Coke, Coca-Cola Zero, among others launched especially like the taste of lemon. Its biggest competitor is also U.S. Pepsi.

The Coca-Cola was created in 1886 by John Pemberton in the Jacobs Pharmacy in the city of Atlanta, Georgia. With a mixture of leaves of Coca and seeds of tail wanted to create a remedy, which began being marketed as a medicine that relieved the headache and concealed the nausea, then was sold in pharmacies as a remedy to calm the thirst, 5 cents a glass. Frank Robinson gave him the name Coca-Cola, and his handwriting designed the current logo of the brand. By becoming famous drink in 1886 was offered to the creator to sell in the United States. Pemberton accepted the offer (sold the formula and your company $ 23,300) and opened several containers in the United States. Later a group of lawyers bought the company and had arrived in Coca-Cola around the world. From there, the company became The Coca-Cola Company.