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From Mike Malone <m...@simplegeo.com>
Subject Re: Coke Products at Digg?
Date Wed, 07 Jul 2010 16:10:39 GMT
On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 8:55 AM, Miguel Verde <miguelitovert@gmail.com>wrote:

> Dr. Pepper has recently been picked up by Coca Cola as well.  I wonder if
> the UnCola solutions like 7Up and Fanta are just a fad?


I'm on the fence. I mean, there's really nothing wrong with a nice cold Coke
to satiate your thirst. But we've all been drinking cola-flavored beverages
for so long I think they've become a "hammer," so to speak. Can't hurt to
shake things up a bit.

Let's be real here: if you're thirsty, you should be drinking water. Coffee
or teas are more effective at delivering caffeine. And who wants to sit down
to a big steak dinner with a glass of Cola? A nice red wine is a much better
tool for the job. Horses for courses, that's my take.

Seems to me the carbonated beverage manufacturers are just starting to
realize that they can flavor their drinks with something other than the
cola-blend that Angelo Mariani invented in 1863!

Mike


> On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 10:50 AM, Mike Malone <mike@simplegeo.com> wrote:
>
>> On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 8:17 AM, Eric Evans <eevans@rackspace.com> wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> I heard a rumor that Digg was moving away from Coca-Cola products in all
>>> of its vending machines and break rooms. Can anyone from Digg comment on
>>> this?
>>>
>>> My near-term beverage consumption strategy is based largely on my
>>> understanding of Digg's, so if there has been a change, I may need to
>>> reevaluate.
>>>
>>
>> Not sure about Digg, but I heard Twitter is switching over to Fanta. It's
>> been adopted by Coke so it must be fairly stable. There's not as much
>> flexibility in the product lineup, but what they do offer is extremely
>> delicious. Just my $0.02.
>>
>> Mike
>>
>
>

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