Coca-Cola plans to produce canned alcoholic drink in Japan - News Summed Up

Coca-Cola plans to produce canned alcoholic drink in Japan


But they were controversial, raising concerns that they encouraged young people to drink alcohol in large quantities because they were so easy to consume. Coca-Cola also owns Georgia Coffee in Japan, which it claims is the world's highest-grossing canned coffee drink, making more than $1 billion in annual sales. The country has a Food for Specified Health Uses (FOSHU) government certification, in light of its ageing population and fiber-fortified drink Coca-Cola Plus was FOSHU-approved in 2017. Having certain drinks at particular times of day is more of an entrenched ritual in Japan than in other part of the world, said Khalil Younes, EVP of marketing and new businesses for Coca-Cola Japan, in a blog post. People might drink green tea with sushi, but opt for oolong tea with fattier Chinese food, for example.


Source: bd News24 March 08, 2018 06:00 UTC



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