Coca Cola Facts

coca cola nutrition facts

How Many Calories Are In Coca Cola?

Serving Size: 1 can

Calories – 140

Added Sugar – 39 grams


Carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, caramel color, phosphoric acid, natural flavors, caffeine

Coca Cola History

What the bleep do we know about this revolutionary beverage?  Coca Cola has been invented by doctor/pharmacist John Pemerton in 1886. John believed that this drink was medicine and since it was made from coca leaves it can relieve you from pain and exhaustion. This all makes sense since coca leaves contain cocaine (from 0.1% to 0.9% depending on altitude where grown). Today Coca Cola is produced without cocaine, though we can say that many people still use the beverage as medicine in a way.

Cocaine In Coca Cola

Interestingly, Coca Cola Company still imports around 100 tons of coca leaves each year from Peru firm called National Coca Co. In order to import coca leaves into United States you need special license from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.  It takes 2 liters of water to produce one liter of Coca Cola. Lack of the clean water made Indian farmers protest in 2004 against the Coca Cola Company and their water consumption in third world countries. Interesting Coca Cola fact is that few years earlier Coca Cola launched program called “Just Say No to H2O” which involves spreading the idea to drink Coca Cola instead of water. Main idea of the program was to serve Coca Cola for free in restaurants where customers ordered plain drinking water.

It is the urban myth that Coca Cola was originally green. Coca Cola has always been the same brownish color. As much as we hate Coca Cola we can’t resist drinking it. Why? The truth is that we are addicted to the soft drinks containing caffeine and large quantities of sugar.

What are the ingredients of Coca-Cola? From the Coca Cola label: carbonated water, cane sugar, caramel color, food acid (phosphoric acid 338), “flavor” and caffeine. However, there is also a secret ingredient in Coca Cola called ‘Merchandise 7X’ and description of this ingredient is kept in a security vault in Atlanta, Georgia. Only few very high positioned officials know what is hidden behind this secret ingredient. The questions arises what do we really drink?  What we know today is that Coca Cola is very acidic drink with a high quantity of sugar that masks the acid taste. The acid in Coca Cola is called phosphoric acid which is known to dissolve teeth, metal and it will eat away your liver. In reality Coca Cola won’t kill you instantly. It will make your body prone to many other diseases like: osteoporosis (lack of calcium due high levels of phosphorous), cancer, mild depression, flu-like feelings, teeth problems, and fatigue.

coca cola nutrition facts

coca cola nutrition facts

coca cola nutrition facts

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Cocaine In Coca Cola

Released in 1880, this is the very first publicly sold bottle of Coca-Cola. It contained around 3.5 grams of cocaine. from pics

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33 Comments on “Coca Cola Facts”

  1. Those are great coca cola facts. Keep them coming boys. We love you!!! I hope you will convince at least one person to stop drinking coca cola.

  2. very interesting… however, id like to know why coca cola STILL imports around 100 tons of coca leaves each year from a peru firm called national coca co.??? thats insane! something very suspicious is definitely going on, they should be investigated by the public!!!

  3. This is why I hate Coke. GROOOSSSSSS!!! Not to mention, soda in general is part of the reason America is full of disgustingly fat people. Control yourselves, nasties.

  4. Wow, good thing I stopped drinking soda basically altogether. The importation of all the coca leaves leads me to believe that Merchandise 7X is…cocaine? I bet with a few weeks of chemistry someone could find out what it actually is.

  5. Coca Cola in the US does not contain sugar unless you buy it from a Mexican grocery store. In the US, it is high fructose corn syrup, instead of sugar. The latest research shows that white sugar, white flour and HFCS is what causes heart disease – not saturated fats.

  6. I have found on Wikipedia the “Merchandise 7X” recipes

    This recipe is attributed to a diary owned by Coca-Cola inventor, John S. Pemberton, just before his death in 1888. (U.S. measures)

    Flavoring (Merchandise 7X):
    80 oil orange
    40 oil cinnamon
    120 oil lemon
    20 oil coriander
    40 oil nutmeg
    40 oil neroli
    1 US qt (946 ml; 33 imp fl oz) alcohol

  7. I saw a documentary on this and they still import the leaves to extract something from them, not cocaine, possibly the “flavour”

  8. Is anyone else noticing the utter lack of definite articles like the, a, an etc. Who is writing this stuff?

  9. If i had the power i would have destroyed the company.What a big cheat?What is the secret behind “merchandise 7x”?What harm can it cause to us?

  10. They are soooo cooking and selling coke. Terrorists and Mafias have been funding their organisations through drugs for a long time. Not to mention organisations are so big they could hide stuff so easily.

  11. Here is why Coke imports the leaves

    “In the United States, Stepan Company is the only manufacturing plant authorized by the Federal Government to import and process the coca plant,[33] which it obtains mainly from Peru and, to a lesser extent, Bolivia. Besides producing the coca flavoring agent for Coca-Cola, Stepan Company extracts cocaine from the coca leaves, which it sells to Mallinckrodt, a St. Louis, Missouri pharmaceutical manufacturer that is the only company in the United States licensed to purify cocaine for medicinal use.” – From


  13. Drea wrote: #
    This is why I hate Coke. GROOOSSSSSS!!! Not to mention, soda in general is part of the reason America is full of disgustingly fat people. Control yourselves, nasties.

    Lol, really?

  14. i hate cola, i have never drank it since childhood, i think, coke’s secret is poison! at the University my professor did experiment with coke, and it is more than true, that coke dissolve teeth, we done experiment with egg’s shell and teeth, results was amazing!!!

  15. Merchandise 7X is part of the secret formula for Coca-cola. According to John S. Pemberton’s diary, the formula for Coke is as follows:

    1 oz (28 g) caffeine citrate
    3 oz (85 g) citric acid
    1 US fl oz (30 ml; 1 imp fl oz) vanilla extract
    1 US qt (946 ml; 33 imp fl oz) lime juice
    2.5 oz (71 g) “flavoring,” i.e., “Merchandise 7X”
    30 lb (14 kg) sugar
    4 US fl oz (118.3 ml; 4.2 imp fl oz) powder extract of cocaine (decocainized flavor essence of the coca leaf).
    2.5 US gal (9.5 l; 2.1 imp gal) water
    caramel sufficient

    Merchandise 7X includes:
    80 oil orange
    40 oil cinnamon
    120 oil lemon
    20 oil coriander
    40 oil nutmeg
    40 oil neroli
    1 US qt (946 ml; 33 imp fl oz) alcohol

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  16. i don’t understand what you are talking you think that officials keep silent if coca cola hurts people?this is miss leading paragraph

  17. This is nonesense! This can’t be true. If it were, then, Coca Cola would have been already closed. THINK people, THINK! The government can’t just let a drink made from cocaine launched to the market. Sorry, don’t believe it..

  18. Dude they took out the {cocaine} you retards or you probably be dead they have to share those secret ingredients with goverment to be passed through the borders coca cola wouldn’t be in america if they didn’t take out the cocaine. No way you can prove me wrong unless you want to go into the factory youself and get arested.

  19. I’ve drunk cola about 100000 times and feel good myself. so there is a question : “Where is your ****ing cocain?”

  20. I have done an experiment today with cola, I got 50ml or coke into a clear cup and then poured 10ml of milk in to it and waited 6 hours and the results where amazing but disgusting too,the cola separated into 3 parts, so the top had a layer of mud looking substance, then in the middle it looked like urine and then at the bottom is thick gritty sand it looks horrible, it hasn’t put me off but defto opened my eyes, also if you out a penny into a bottle of coke for around 1 week it will dissolve lol. Enjoy

  21. The flavor present in Coke comes in part from the flavorings but also in large part from decocainized coca leaves. Yes there’s a small bit of the alkaloid “cocaine” is made from present in the decocainized coca leaves. So yes there’s some of this present in the “coca-cola” as the liquid is soaked and then filtered through the coca leaves. Have you ever asked yourself why there is phosphoric acid in coke? Tangy flavor, pevents mold? I find it strangly coincidental that it also helps to leach out any alkyloids that may be left in decocainized coca leaves 😉. Actually there are other good properties in coca leaves that the natives in places like Peru and other high altitude South American countries would chew coca straight off the bush for-it’s an altitude sickness remedy for one, helps with coughs, energy and red blood cell production, has numerous phytonutrients. By the way, It takes tons of leaves and a process using solvents etc to get just a little of the dreaded white powder from virgin coca leaves. The leaves imported into the US are legal only as they are decocainized. Where the removed cocain goes may be more the question- medical uses? Unscrupulous 3rd world leaders? Well it is interesting how they catch billions of dollars in cocaine coming into the US and other countries hidden in those pineapples. That of course is another story. So yes Coke was originally considered a refreshing tonic or health drink and it used to have a little more of the alkaloid in it than now and it used to have cane sugar, not that beet sugar slop that’s in it now. Coke was and still is slightly addictive-I mean sugar and a little of that alkaloid? A winning combination for lab rats and humans! My 3 cents

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