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.
When did they stop making Coca-Cola 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.”
Why does Diet Coke taste better in a glass bottle?
Glass is a more inert material than either aluminum or plastic, so it’s less likely to affect the flavor of your drink. That’s why drinking out of a glass bottle may be the way to get the purest Coca-Cola flavor.