There is a cola named OpenCola witch is open source. The instructions for making it are freely available and modifiable. Anybody can make the drink, and anyone can modify and improve on the recipe as long as they, too, license their recipe under the GNU General Public License.
When Martin Luther King Jr. won the Nobel Peace Prize Atlanta threw him a celebration party that almost had to be cancelled due to opposition. Coca-Cola’s CEO threatened to take the company out of Atlanta out of embarrassment that the city’s people wouldn’t honor their Nobel Prize winner.
Coca-Cola tried to market “OK” soda so they would have products named with the two most recognizable words in the world. While “OK” and “Coke” are still number one and two, “OK” soda never caught on and was discontinued shortly after launch.
In 2001, Coca Cola had a program called H2NO, which worked with waiters at Olive Garden to dissuade people from ordering tap water.
Coca Cola is cheaper than clean water in Tanzania and Zambia.
Diet Coke floats in water, but Regular sinks because the sugar makes it more dense than water.
Coca-Cola invented Fanta as a way of getting around the trade embargo against Nazi Germany during WW2.
In order for Coca-Cola to continue to exist in its current form, the company has a special arrangement with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) to allow them to import dried coca leaves from Peru (and to a lesser degree, from Bolivia) in huge quantities.
The U.S. once tried to sue Coca-Cola to remove caffeine from its product. They lost.