Coca-Cola was invented by pharmacist John Pemberton in Atlanta, USA.
In 2011, the secret formula was placed at the centre of a permanent exhibit called The Vault of the Secret Formula in Atlanta, which celebrates the long and intriguing history of the Coca‑Cola recipe.
The Contour bottle is 101 years old this year (2016).
Frank M Robinson, a bookkeeper suggested the name Coca‑Cola, thinking that “the two Cs would look well in advertising”.
In 1991, Coca-Cola launched the first drinks bottle containing recycled materials.
In 1985, Coca-Cola became the first soft drink in space.
The Contour Bottle design was inspired by the curves and grooves of a cocoa bean.
Did you know in 1950, Coca-Cola in a contour bottle was the first commercial product to appear on the cover of Time magazine?
If all the Coca-Cola bottles were laid end to end they would reach the moon and back more than 1677 times.
Coca-Cola is one of the most recognised icons in the world - even in the dark.