In these countries, CocaCola is or has been banned
CocaCola is now the world’s bestselling soft drink and is or has been banned in four countries. The reasons for this vary from country to country. While it’s generally the most popular brand, it’s not the preferred brand in these locations.
CocaCola was banned due to the nationalization of the brand during the revolution led by Fidel Castro. However, despite the ban, it is possible to find the authentic drink in some imported establishments and this is due to the demand from tourists visiting the country who love the drink.
CocaCola without sugar (Photo: Reproduction / Internet)
CocaCola is not available in North Korea, a country with an extensive list of bans on international products, due to government restrictions and geopolitical tensions between the US and South Korea.
Russia has also imposed restrictions on CocaCola in the face of political and economic conflicts such as the war in Ukraine. The company decided to stop selling its products in the country, and other companies followed suit. To date, the future of soda in Russia is uncertain.
CocaCola (Photo: Reproduction / Internet)
Also known as Myanmar, it is a Southeast Asian country that lived under a military dictatorship for almost 50 years until 2011. During this period, the United States imposed economic sanctions on the country, so CocaCola was banned from 1962 to 2012.
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The information comes from the Capilalist website.
The company leads the ranking of the bestselling beverage brand worldwide with billions in sales per day (Reproduction: Internet)
Who bought the company?
A coke It’s a great company and successful in all parts of the world. Founded in the United States in 1886, today it is easily the bestselling soft drink in the country. But once a Brazilian giant scared the giant.
It is the Guaraná Jesus brand. Created in 1927 in São Luís, Maranhão, the pink drink enjoyed great popularity with the public and many switched from CocaCola to pink lemonade. Of course, this bothered the powerful woman so much that she managed to create a masterpiece.
It turns out that in 2001 they struck the deal and bought the brand Guarana Jesus as revealed by G1. The pink lemonade that’s a hit Maranhao To this day, it is part of the strong CocaCola portfolio.
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