When you think of The Coca-Cola Company, you probably
think of Coca-Cola. But the Company offers many more options—more than 3,600
products globally. Here are a few of the most popular brands around the world
you might not have even heard of.
Sokenbicha is a tea product in Japan. The drink includes
plant-based ingredients like pearl barley, brown rice and evening primrose.
Ice Dew is one of China’s most popular water brands. The
brand is known for its commitment to clean water—for every bottle sold, it
donates RMB 1 cent to the Clean Water Project.
Thums Up, based in India, is one of the top two selling
soft drinks in the country. It is marketed as a masculine drink due to its
Barista Bros is an iced coffee drink based in Australia.
The brand recently remodeled its bottles to include a shrink wrap that improves
the recycling process by preventing contamination of the packaging.
Kuat is a soft drink based on guarana, a fruit with
energetic properties from the Amazon rainforest. Drinking soft drinks based on
guarana is a Brazilian tradition.
Inca Kola, which just celebrated its 80th
birthday earlier this month, was created
by the Lindley family in Peru in 1935. The family is now Peru’s sole bottler of
is the UK and Europe’s number one smoothie brand. The drink is available
in a variety of flavors, like kiwis, apples & limes and mangoes &
passion fruits. In addition to crafting smoothies, the brand is also committed
to environmentally-friendly efforts, such as using green electricity and
donating 10% of profits to charity.
Dobry is one of Russia’s most popular juice drinks. The
brand launched in 1998.
Rani is a popular juice drink from the Middle East. The
juice is available in a variety of flavors.