How many brands does Coca Cola have in the US?

How many brands does Coca Cola have in the US?

The Coca-Cola Company is a total beverage company, offering more than 200 brands—from sodas to waters, from coffees to teas, from juices to kombuchas —in more than 200+ countries and territories.

What are the top 5 soda brands?


  1. COCA-COLA CLASSIC. 1,953.0; 1,894.4; 19.3%; 18.6%; -3.0%; -0.7.
  2. PEPSI. 1,328.5; 1,268.7; 13.1%; 12.5%; -4.5%; -0.6.
  3. DIET COKE. 913.7; 959.4; 9.0%; 9.4%; 5.0%; 0.4.
  5. SPRITE.

What is Coke called in America?

Soda is the preferred term in the Northeast, most of Florida, California, and pockets in the Midwest around Milwaukee and St. Louis. Pop is what people say in most of the Midwest and West. And coke, even if it’s not Coca-Cola brand, is what people call it in the South.

How many types of Coca Cola are there?

800+ drink varieties in the U.S.

What brands did coke discontinue?

10 Coca-Cola Products You Can’t Buy Anymore

  • TaB. TaB, introduced in 1963 as the company’s first diet soft drink, was one of the products on Coca-Cola’s 2020 hit list.
  • Odwalla.
  • Zico Coconut Water.
  • Coca-Cola BlaK.
  • Coca-Cola C2.
  • OK Soda.
  • Diet Coke Lime.
  • Diet Coke Feisty Cherry.

Is Dr Pepper a Coke or Pepsi product?

Dr Pepper

Type Soft drink
Manufacturer Keurig Dr Pepper (2008–present; United States only) The Coca-Cola Company (Europe and South Korea only) PepsiCo (Canada and Oceania only)
Distributor Keurig Dr Pepper
Country of origin United States
Introduced 1885

What’s the most popular soda in America?

1. Coca-Cola. Coca-Cola has been the most popular soda brand in the U.S. and around the world for decades, and it continued its dominance last year.

Is Texas A Coke or Pepsi state?

The results aren’t too shocking. The majority of people in Texas, Alabama, Louisiana, Tennessee, Arkansas and Georgia use the term “coke.” The map also proves that people from the Northwest and Midwest prefer using the word “pop.”

Why do Southerners say Coke?

“Coke” became a generic term in the south because it was the first widely popular soft drink and it was definitively southern. A Harvard Dialect Survey conducted in 2003 measured usage of terms like “soda” and “pop” and how they were used by region.

What is the best coke?

Trying to trick someone’s palate with something other than corn syrup or cane sugar usually ends up backfiring.

  • Knockoff brands don’t have to mean sh*tty tasting experience,and vice versa.
  • Pepsi apparently really is still for those who think young… or like joy,or whatever catchphrases they’re actually using nowadays.
  • What companies are owned by Coke?

    Valle – orange Juice sold in South America

  • Valpre – bottled water available in South Africa
  • Valser – flavoured and unflavoured bottled water available in Germany,Russia,and Switzerland
  • Vanilla Coke
  • Vault – hybrid energy citrus soda (discontinued)
  • Vault Zero (discontinued)
  • VegitaBeta
  • Vica
  • Does Coke own any food brands?


  • Nada
  • Nagomi
  • Nalu – mango-flavored,low in calories soft drink available in Belgium,Luxembourg,and Netherlands
  • Namthip – bottled water available in Thailand
  • Nanairo Acha
  • Nativa – yerba mate -flavored,briefly available in Argentina
  • Naturaqua
  • Nature’s Own – flavored mineral water available in Papuva Nueva Guinea
  • Nectar Andina
  • Who makes more Pepsi or coke?

    – From my quick blind taste test: – Coke has more of a vanilla / caramel taste and goes down “smoother.” – Pepsi has more of a citrus flavor. I also checked it’s ingredients and Pepsi lists “citric acid,” while Coke does not. However, bo