If you go anywhere in the world, chances are that someone will recognize the name "Coca-Cola" if you speak it. In fact, Coca-Cola and Coke have long been the most widely recognized trademarks for any single product. Yet, the famous spencerian script logo is rendered in different ways in different locales. I told you a while back about the story of the translation of Coca-Cola into Chinese, and our Olympic cans with the logo in various languages. We received a few comments about the logos on the Coke and Fanta cans from Afghanistan, so I thought I'd share the image below of what the Coca-Cola logo looks like in some countries. Our other brands are often translated as well. I can assure you that regardless of the differences in appearance of the logo, they all translate the same - delicious refreshment.
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