Do they still make Coca-Cola in glass bottles?
In some markets, glass bottles now make up 30% of beverage sales. Overall, they account for a little less than 10% of the company’s business. Coca-Cola’s move comes at a time when inflation is eating into household budgets, raising the prices of everything from soaps to fuel.
Why does Diet Coke taste better in a glass bottle?
The levels of perceived carbonation also varied greatly depending on the container. Scientifically speaking, glass is the most inert material, meaning it’s least likely to react and interfere with the taste of the soda.
When did they stop making Coke in glass bottles?
“For some 40 years, from 1915 to 1955, the only way you could have had a Coca-Cola was in one of these embossed glass packages (bottles). This really marks the end of an era for us.”