Why Coca-Cola changed its bottle shape

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Why Coca-Cola changed its bottle shape

Switchover will cost bottlers and the Coca-Cola distribution network about $52m across the US and Canada, but it will reduce the weight of bottles and slash emissions

Coca-Cola is changing the shape of single-serve plastic bottles across its Sprite, Fanta, Coca-Cola and Minute Made product lines in an effort to reduce the average weight by more than 31 per cent...

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