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Peach Cola
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Why did Coke take peach Fanta off the market? They were really good.
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Venice09 on 08/04/2011:
It might not have been taken off the market completely. Maybe it's just not a good seller in the area where you live.
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Taste of cola
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After being a very good customer of COKE I know what it supposed to taste like. I have enjoyed it for a long time. LATELY I have picked up several bottles of coke and have noticed much different taste. The new taste seems very flat and leaves at bad taste in your mouth. I don't want free coke or money but I will be switching my choice to Pepsi.
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madconsumer on 06/26/2011:
were the bottle out of date? stored in the heat?
GenuineNerd on 06/26/2011:
If the pop is a month or more past its expiration date, it will take on an "off" taste, especially if it's diet, since aspartame deteriorates after a few months. Usually diet sodas have a shorter expiration date than the sugared versions. The expiration dates are typically on the side of the cap and/or the neck on bottles, and on the box flap and bottoms on cans.
trmn8r on 06/26/2011:
I agree checking the date is a good idea, but I note that the OP states this happened with several bottles.

If I were a loyal customer like the OP, I would try to find an 800 number, and call and voice my concerns to a live CSR. Is there a # on the bottles?
Mr.Stupid on 06/26/2011:
No,Coca-Cola is great! As long as it is not expired.
Nohandle on 06/26/2011:
This is the first I recall reading about *flat* cokes. We've received them about Pepsi's before. Were both bottles purchased from the same place? It wouldn't have to be at the same time. All diet sodas (if that's what you bought) have a strange taste to me, no matter the brand.
madconsumer on 06/26/2011:
coke is good for cleaning dirty pennies and battery cables. it will also clean silver.
Anonymous on 06/26/2011:
You should check the dates, maybe the store had a bad batch. I wouldn't give up on a favorite beverage of mine.
GenuineNerd on 06/27/2011:
Maybe the OP purchased the Coke from a corner store or convenience store that doesn't turn over its inventory as frequently as a major supermarket or big-box discounter. On more than one occasion I have seen soft drinks on convenience store/corner store shelves that was past its expiration date...and the owners of these stores (often Middle Easterners) couldn't care less. Often times, these neighborhood stores would get older inventories that were returned to Coca-Cola and Pepsi by the major grocery and retail chains, so their product is most likely short-dated or expired.
disappointed on 04/27/2013:
I've purchased a 2 liter Coke from walmart and 1 from Publix both have the same nasty horrible taste
cgh on 02/20/2014:
I agree. I used to always enjoy drinking Coca Cola, but lately it leaves a horrible taste in your mouth and just tastes nasty. I cannot tell you why.
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Very Bad Tasting Coca-Cola
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PLAINWELL, MICHIGAN -- I have an old car (55 "T" Bird) and have it in a residential museum. I also have a Vendo 33 (1954) coke machine in the museum and stock it with 8 Oz glass bottles which it dispensed in 1954. I was elated to see that coke was using the 8 oz glass bottle again but also heard they were going to discontinue using them so I purchased 3 cases so I could use the old machine.

Now I find that all of the coke I bought has a terrible taste and has made my grandkids ill.

I have destroyed all the "bad" coke and hope I can purchase more but Iam, to say the least, a bit skeptical of doing so for fear that I will have the same results.

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Anonymous on 08/28/2008:
Did you contact Coke and let them know?
chris513 on 08/28/2008:
You did the right thing by destroying all the bad coke.
MSCANTBEWRONG on 08/28/2008:
Hmm, that's interesting. I've never seen Diet Coke in the 8 oz glass bottles, just Coke Classic. If you contact Coke, they may replace the bad Coke for you. I purchased Coke and when I opened it, it was flat. I contacted Coke, gave them the imprinted id #'s and they sent me a free case. Good luck to you.
GenuineNerd on 08/28/2008:
Diet sodas have a short shelf life; weeks after the expiration date on the packaging (I know the cans and plastic bottles have expiration dates stamped; maybe on the glass bottles there's a code on the cap. The typical shelf life of diet sodas is 3-4 months...usually within a month or two past the expiration date the aspartame in the diet sodas starts breaking down and the diet soda takes on a rancid taste. If you bought the bottles months ago, or if they sat on a store shelf for months, they're likely past their prime. Look for an expiration date next time you buy soda in glass bottles-most likely it's part of the code on the bottle cap.
MrBeanRocks25 on 08/28/2008:
Good to know, GenuineNerd.
Anonymous on 08/29/2008:
Good info from MSCANTBEWRONG and GenuineNerd. If you contact Coke they will make it right. I've never seen diet coke in the small glass bottles either, but I know they sell different sodas and different sizes/packaging in different geographic areas. Maybe they just don't sell it here because there is not a high enough demand for it.
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I find the codes unreadable
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I am a member of and I routinely purchase Fresca soft drink. I always purchase it in the 12 pack and yet when I try to register the code it is impossible to read. I have tried every combination that occurs to me and none of them match. Please make the numbers and letters clearer.
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MRM on 10/10/2010:
Just for the record, I have 3,945 coke reward points. I find cornacopia of bottle caps in the trash bin at my job.
MRM on 10/10/2010:
Free moolah baby!
Skye on 10/10/2010:
Contact them, and let them know. They will appreciate the feedback. Why have the codes printed, if nobody can read them.

The Coca-Cola Company
P.O. Box 1734
Atlanta, GA 30301, USA
1.800.GET COKE (800.438.2653)

Nohandle on 10/10/2010:
I have an employee who has used those coke reward points forever. He even drops by the local convenience store to pick up the empty cardboard packs the owner now saves for him. I would take him the bottle caps from empty 2 liter Sprite bottles. I could never read the code. Black print on the underside of dark green caps. This has gone on for a number of years so it's not new with the Coke Company.
raven2010 on 10/10/2010:
Pepsi codes are just as annoying. Interestingly, with either brand, the only codes I can consistently read are the ones from the most expensive per unit codes" 20 oz bottles.
Anonymous on 10/10/2010:
I drink a lot of Coke products and have yet to register for those coke rewards.
Sparticus on 10/10/2010:
My wife collects these points. She has the same complaint. She will often ask me what I think the letters are. I can't make out half of them.

I told her I think Coke does it on purpose.
Ben There on 10/10/2010:
What can you actually get with the points? Is it worth doing?
Sparticus on 10/10/2010:
My wife mostly gets magazine subscriptions. They used to have some neat stuff. Now I think it is mostly fluff or just too many points needed to get anything good which is why my wife gets magazine subscriptions.
MRM on 10/10/2010:
I have redeemed the points for dvd player, telescope, Kmart gift card, and blockbuster coupon.
MRM on 10/10/2010:
Xmas is coming up and I am racking up points to get gifts for family and friends. This is definitely the way to get gifts without spending any money.
MRM on 10/10/2010:
You'll find coke rewards caps everywhere, in the trash, and littered on the streets. Coke rewards=free money.
MRM on 10/10/2010:
DebtorBasher, I notice that you didn't use the last coke rewards points that I gave you.
DebtorBasher on 10/10/2010:
When was that?
DebtorBasher on 10/10/2010:
I need to get back to it...but I don't even remember my sign on....Haven't been on the reward site for some time...and I drink at least one 2 liter coke everyday!
Skye on 10/10/2010:
I guess I made a mistake when I threw away all of Mr. Skye's little cardboard code pieces he always left lying around.

He hasn't noticed one bit~and if he does, I will DENY they ever existed!
MRM on 10/10/2010:
You are throwing away free money! Just for the record, I have 3,945 coke reward points.
MRM on 10/10/2010:
I have a second account and I have 3,200 points in the second account.
Skye on 10/10/2010:
Do the 3,945 coke reward points equal dollars?


DebtorBasher on 10/10/2010:
I didn't think you REALLY got anything from them. Guess I'll have to start up again.

BTW...some of the caps I found hard to read, I held up to a light and was able to read it much better. You can see it a lot more with the light shining from the back of the cap.
Skye on 10/10/2010:
Mr. Skye when he ACTUALLY entered his points did get some free music and soda.

I don't like all those little card board things all over the place. I like things neat and tidy, unlike Mr. Skye and his snail trial, lol.

MRM on 10/10/2010:
Skye, you don't get cash back from the points. But it sure does feels like free money when you are getting the rewards such as a gift card, electronics, or other items.
MRM on 10/10/2010:
DB, yes, I agree that when you shine the light through the cap you'll read it better.
MRM on 10/10/2010:
Tell Mr Skye to be patient and save more points for a gift card so that he could buy more drinks!
DebtorBasher on 10/10/2010:
It's Pop, NOT Soda...POP...P-O-P...POP!
Skye on 10/10/2010:
Gift cards MRM! What have I done? I promise, from now on, I will not throw out the points.

GenuineNerd on 10/10/2010:
You could read the bottle cap codes by putting a flashlight under the cap, if it's a red (Coca-Cola), blue (Fanta, Dasani), or green (Sprite) cap. The black caps (from Coca-Cola Zero, Barq's, Powerade, and Minute Maid) are a bit hard to read, you have to look at the letters closely. The silver caps (from Diet Coke and Fresca) are the easiest to read. The 12-pack codes, if they are printed in a thin dot-matrix font, are hard to read as well; you have to look at them closely. The font used on the 12-pack codes depends on what plant the packaging was printed at. I have seen some 12-pack codes in a clear black font, with others in a harder-to-read light dot-matrix font.
GenuineNerd on 10/10/2010:
I do have a 15" TV coming from Coke...7500 points.
MRM on 10/10/2010:
Wow Genuine! Congratulations on your reward!
Inat on 10/11/2010:
15" TV? do they make those? :)
I used to used cokerewards - I redeemed them for a gift certificate which I lost b.c I didn't use it in time :(. I liked the pepsi ones better b/c I would redeem them for free music
Frustratedwithcoke on 12/08/2011:
I am a member of and I routinely purchase Coke Zero soft drinks. I always purchase it in the 12 pack and yet when I try to register the code it is impossible to read. I have tried every combination that occurs to me and none of them match. Please make the numbers and letters clearer.

judyschumpin on 10/14/2012:
I now have several 24 pack diet unreadable codes, where can I complain?
Pat on 08/21/2013:
I got 4 free tickets to splash country. Valued at 200 dollars!!!
Sara Cloman on 09/12/2013:
On August 9 2013, I used 2300 points to purchase a Nike card worth $60. I did not realized that they had changed the way if receiving the Nike card. I put my code in but instead of printing out the paper with the code on it like they used to do, and I take it to the store this time they sent it to ur e-mail address. But unfortunately I have never used that e-mail address.Therefore yahoo had closed it. I contacted coke and they gave me the run around for an week and a half. I have the print out of where they took my points and everything. Finally I was told that they could not give me another code nor return my 2300 points. I am very disappointed in this company. I have dealt with them for years. It just hurt to know how I collected these point and to get ripped off. My daughter wanted her some Nike shoes. Now she will have to wait.
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I purchased a couple of cases of Dasani bottled water on Friday July 3rd. I noticed yesterday that the expiration date on the bottle caps is July 2007...YUCK! I can maybe understand one case but both of them. I'm going to write them a letter and see what they have to say about it. May want to check the dates on any Dasani you may have on hand.
Resolution Update 07/13/2009:
Ok, I have to give you guys an update on my expired water. It seems my husband is unable to read expiration dates on bottles. I just glanced at the area on the bottle where he indicated the expiration date was. I know, my bad...anyway I took a look at the new bottled water I bought on Friday and noticed where the real expiration date is located. The bottled water I had bought last week was NOT expired. I feel like such a moron!! LOL
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trp2hevn on 07/08/2009:
Sounds like the store didn't rotate their stock.
madconsumer on 07/08/2009:
try contacting coca-cola. if you have your receipt, they will often replace the out dated product. you will need the bottle to give them the bottleing numbers and such.
BokiBean on 07/08/2009:
Wasn't Dasani the one that turned out to be tap water?

MS, wonder if the store has any fresher cases?
trp2hevn on 07/08/2009:
According to the Coke website, the water comes from the local utility, but is purified by reverse osmosis and then treated with UV light. I've heard good things about the reverse osmosis thing. I bet most of the bottled water is from the local water supply. It's probably just treated differently from brand to brand.
BokiBean on 07/08/2009:
trp, I'll bet you're exactly right. Good info.
Anonymous on 07/08/2009:
I drink arrowhead water.
MSCANTBEWRONG on 07/08/2009:
I have 1 case and 20 bottles...and I do have the receipt. I may try to take them back to the store and see if they'll give me a refund. I still want Coke to know that a 2 year old expired product is still being sold to the public. Thanks all...
Eloise on 07/08/2009:
Coke isn't to blame in this case, it's the store you purchased it from. You might want to change the title of review and place blame where it is due. Coke didn't sell you an expired product the store did.
Anonymous on 07/08/2009:
I have to agree with Eloise. Its the stores responsibility to get rid of expired items not cokes. All thought I think the coke employee who stocked the shelf’s should have seen it.
MSCANTBEWRONG on 07/08/2009:
I'm going to return the product to the store but I want Coke to be aware of the issue. I don't want anything from them. My sister works at one of the grocery stores in another city as the DSD manager so I'll have her mention it to her Coke vendor. The vendors are very particular about rotating stock so this won't happen. Thanks for everyone's comments and suggestions.
madconsumer on 07/08/2009:
"Wasn't Dasani the one that turned out to be tap water?"

in 90% of all tests, yes this was the case.
jktshff1 on 07/08/2009:
ya got about 20 days to drink it or you will die
KCRovert on 07/09/2009:
Does bottled water expire?? The only reason there is an expiration date on them is due to a law passed in New Jersey requiring all consumer "food" products to be date stamped. As a result, rather than producing a separate line of products for N.J. than all other states, businesses decided to put the date stamp on all products sold in the US, whether they really need them or not.
Anonymous on 07/09/2009:
Good question, KCRovert. When I prepare water for hurricane season (disinfecting the bottles and treating the water), it's recommended to only keep them for < year.
BokiBean on 07/09/2009:
I'm not sure if it expires..but I know that sometimes the taste can get tainted by the plastic it is in.

We always get tons of water at hurricane time..and had to throw out a bunch because it tasted just like the plastic jug it was in. Blech!
MSCANTBEWRONG on 07/09/2009:
I looked that up and because it's distributed as a food product to the public it has to have an expiration date. Some waters contain flouride which evidently does expire. Good question.
BokiBean on 07/09/2009:
And good answer, MS!
MSCANTBEWRONG on 07/13/2009:
I'm a true blonde some days.
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New Bottle Caps
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TECUMSEH, MICHIGAN -- After 50 years of using your product I will no longer be able to purchase it. I absolutely can't get these new tops off. I will find another new drink to use. Thank You
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madconsumer on 02/19/2009:
so what is the issue?
Anonymous on 02/19/2009:
The issue is the OP can't uncap the new coke bottles. That's a big issue if you ask me because who wants a soda they can't open.
Anonymous on 02/19/2009:
Helpful post. Coke has joined prescription bottles as things people struggle to get open. This will be an issue for Coke's marketing as the Boomers age. They're not going to be happy when their arthritic hands can't open Coke products.
Slimjim on 02/19/2009:
I can't say I've noticed them harder to open but I do have an issue with them. We load a vending machine at an office location with the 20 oz bottles. Almost every other delivered case to stock it has one bottle with a mis-threaded cap, making it leak and flat all while technically being unopened. We have to pitch them and since we keep the price low for employees, it's a bit frustrating from a loss stand point.
Sparticus on 02/19/2009:
I've had a problem with Gatorade bottle caps for years. They are the twist off caps. Last summer I sprained my wrist trying to open one of those damn things. Sometimes I wonder if these companies even test this stuff?
Anonymous on 02/19/2009:
Jeez, Slim, I wish you filled the machines at our hospitals. The machine owner does it at about 10% of the bottles are flat d/t loose caps.
DebtorBasher on 02/19/2009:
I totally fact I had planned on writing a complaint about the same thing. I have to use a pair of pliers to unscrew the caps. This has been for at least six months or so. Even when I replace the cap back on the 2 liter bottles, sometimes I still can't get it back off without the help of pliers! I thought maybe it was just me, but since I've been staying with my Dad, I've had him try opening my Coke bottles and he can't either. They obviously changed something and it's not good. Sometimes when I have a half of a bottle of Coke left, the entire plastic bottle will twist and crinkle, but the dang cap won't come off.

I won't stop drinking Coke...but I will use the pliers or cut the top off to get to know how us Coke addicts are!
DebtorBasher on 02/19/2009:'s pop! NOT Soda! Just POP....P-O-P! POP!
MRM on 02/19/2009:
Get one of those rubber material, such as those where you place your cell phone on the dashboard in the car, and use it to aid you twist the caps.
Anonymous on 02/19/2009:
I hurt my wrist one day trying to open a 20 oz Diet Coke bottle... ended up having to open it with a pair of pliers. What's up with that?

basher you and I merely see things differently and that's okay. You're okay and I'm okay. Let's just be okay in our differences, okay?
DebtorBasher on 02/19/2009:
Crabby that's Basher with a capital "B"...and the Basher is OK with us seeing things differnently, I can't expect you to be right like me all the time.

Mr. Mike...I have one of those old fashioned bottle openers that you turn the handle and it adjusts to the size of the lids...but that's at home and I used that instead of pliers, here at my Dad's, I use the pliers.
KCRovert on 02/19/2009:
fyi DB, it's SODA :-p
Anonymous on 02/19/2009:
Well basher at least we agree on something. We both use pliers to open our sodas.
Anonymous on 02/19/2009:
that's pretty drastic,not using a product that you've used for "50" years because the caps are a little tighter...I hear pepsi caps come off easy.
Anonymous on 02/19/2009:
I sympathize with Ronner because of his/her age but with you youngsters here, there is no excuse. With all of the gadgets to open containers now it's time to "MAN UP".
Pliers? What, there were no HAMMERS lying around?
In these cases you do like I do when opening those drinks with twist off tops....USE YOUR TEETH!
Anonymous on 02/19/2009:
zz, quit being so contrary. How would you expect to get these open when your hand is greasy from keel or raw wings?
Anonymous on 02/19/2009:
What else, open it with the dish rag in your hand.
Anonymous on 02/19/2009:
Actually, ZZ, I'm impressed that Crabman uses tools. I figured Okies would just bang 'em open with a big rock. I'd pay for a video of him opening a Coke. It would be like watching cavemen discover fire.
Anonymous on 02/19/2009:
Doc, I'd like to see that OHIOAN use those pliers. She has priors for getting her body parts caught in vise like tools! Scary.
old fart on 02/19/2009:
All you have to do is run the cap under hot tap water for 15 seconds and the top will twist off just fine..
(I learned that buying Walmart brand pop...)
Anonymous on 02/19/2009:
See how much you can learn from an old fart?
Anonymous on 02/19/2009:
Like they say there's no fart like an old fart.
Anonymous on 02/19/2009:
Who says that?
old fart on 02/19/2009:
Yeah sheriff, who says that...?
DebtorBasher on 02/19/2009:
KCR...Don't force me to smack the silly out of you!
DebtorBasher on 02/19/2009:
Crabby that's Basher with a capital "B"...
Crabby, it's POP...not Soda, Just POP...P-O-P...POP!

ZZ...what do you know about Hammers? I thought you were more familiar with the different uses for screwdrivers!

A dishcloth does not work...I tried that.

Old F...Running hot water over the cap wouldn't work, that's for jelly jars and honey!

DebtorBasher on 02/19/2009: just keep your mind off my body parts!
ejack053824 on 02/19/2009:
What a bunch of wimps in here!! You all need to hit the gym and get stronger or something. Geeeesshhhh!! I have no problems open up a bottle of Coke. LOL!! Just kidding guys... I to have noticed that you have to put the Coke bottle in a hydraulic machine just to twist the cap off. A week ago my CO was trying to get a cap off of a Diet Coke and all I could hear in his office was "Damn it's", "Motherfer" and so forth. LOL!
DebtorBasher on 02/19/2009:
Now come on....I KNOW your CO would never use that kind of language!
ejack053824 on 02/19/2009:
You don't know him like I do Basher. He invented the vulgar language category.
DebtorBasher on 02/19/2009: give him a message for me. You tell him the Basher doesn't appreciate his language and I am coming to the base to show him just HOW MUCH I don't appreciate it...we'll see what kind of a man he is!
ejack053824 on 02/20/2009:
Basher..I just relayed the message to him and all he did was give you the "finger" gesture and rolled his eyes. LOL!!
DebtorBasher on 02/20/2009:
Yeah? Only because he knows the punishment he'd get if he did that to my face. He's such a little man in a big man's world! LOL!
ejack053824 on 02/23/2009: CO would pop you like a zit on a teenager's face! POP! LOL!
DebtorBasher on 02/23/2009:
Hey...I'm always up for a challenge...but I see no competition with your sissypants CO!
jktshff1 on 02/23/2009:
Our taxpayer dollars at work!!!LOL!!!
ejack053824 on 02/24/2009:
Sissypants CO? LMAO!! Yeah a man who has served 3 tours of Vietnam, Prisoner of War, and winner of the Silver Star with 2 clusters is a sissy I guess.
DebtorBasher on 02/24/2009:
Well....compared to my Five Stars earned on M3C...yeah, he's a sissypants! LOL!
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Bottled pop
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Your company sponsored our race car. We would like to see bottled pop in small bottles that we can use as mixers. That we can buy in cases or six packs. Not cans. Or even any cases or six packs of diet and reg. Bottles.

Thank you
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Anonymous on 12/22/2008:
Coke is still available in 6oz bottles.
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No service from Coca-Cola
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FLORIDA -- I work in a school - we have been waiting since BEFORE thanksgiving for them to come and move and fill our machine. they always say "I will expedite your order for you" here we are still waiting, they have to have 1 crew empty the machine, another to move it and still another to fill it up again. I have told them over and over it IS empty, just move it and refill it! sadly we have to wait till they send someone out from Tampa which is about 2 hours away - knowing you see all these coke trucks out and about everyday! come on coke get with it or we are calling Pepsi!
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Anonymous on 01/24/2007:
Please tell me that you aren't a teacher?....Please?! Schools don't need soda machines anyway.
Anonymous on 01/24/2007:
I'm not sure, but I think they sell a variety of sodas at your local grocer and gas station.
Anonymous on 01/24/2007:
Excellent points but shouldn't you warn Faz, about that hidden tax on soda pop?
MRM on 01/24/2007:
Soft drinks should not be sold in grade schools. Kids are constantly drinking soft drinks throughout the school day which can lead to tooth decay, diabetes, and overweight problems. Please, fazie, do the right thing; get rid soda machines and replace them with water bottles.
Caliope on 01/24/2007:
Faz hon I would call them again and tell them that if they don't respond by close of business that you will be calling Pepsi in to take care of it. This may light a fire under their behinds, considering they are so competitive with each other. Good luck.
Anonymous on 01/25/2007:
I agree with Caliope.
aonegodman on 09/19/2007:
Right on target! I have been waiting for over a month for delivery of a coke machine and new service at our Auto Service Center here in Spring City, TN. Rep will not even return our phone calls. I'm surprised he ever bothered to come out the first time. Got to be the worst service oriented company in the World.
Kimble Glass on 12/27/2013:
I purchase a 3 months membership from pogo club with my 200 and nbsp
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Beware of Diet Coke
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TENNESSEE -- I have drunken Diet Coke for a long time. Was feeling very ill for a while. Tired and achey beyond belief. Has anyone else experienced these problems with nutra sweet products?
Upon research I have found that if nutrasweet is heated above 84 degrees and especially 100 degrees it turns to methane and some other stuff that is very bad for the human body.
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Brenda Leah on 06/13/2006:
I drink diet coke constantly and I never had those problems.
miketech on 06/13/2006:
I'm glad you haven't Brenda and Jay you are right. I drink or hopefully drank way to much of it and the symptoms are only in the summer. I would suppose it is because of improper transportation and/or storage.
I do love the taste and caffine of Diet Coke, but not if it is going to make me sick.
Hugh_Jorgen on 06/13/2006:
That's why you will never find NutraSweet in fountain drinks - it can't stand the higher temperatures necessary to make fountain concentrate. There is a woman that Larry King has had on his show several times over the years - she links NS to all sorts of ills - up to and including the Big "C". She will scare you out of drinking diet drinks.
Doc J on 06/13/2006:
Methane is the major constituent of flatus (f*rts). We all know how deadly this substance can be. If one wants to eat healthy. Eat pig excrement...100% natural. Be sure to wear your tin foil beanies!
DebtorBasher on 06/13/2006:
Nutra Sweet causes brain tumors.
squeekie on 06/13/2006:
I remember years ago being told that diet sodas are worse for you than reg sodas, and that unless there is a nutriotional reason why you are better off with the non diet ones. Nutrasweet is really bad for you.
but no worse than sacrin (sweet n low) remember when there was a warning about cancer and lab rats on items like Tab and sweet n low? It is gone because we would have to drink something like 100 gallons of tonic a day to get cancar from sacrin.
Doc J on 06/13/2006:
Flies cause garbage.
Anonymous on 06/13/2006:
Coke adds life. Everybody wants a little life.
Brenda Leah on 06/13/2006:
My diet coke never has a chance to get that hot so maybe that's why I'm OK.
Anonymous on 06/13/2006:
I've never tried heating it to drink it hot. The thought of hot coke isn't very appealing. I prefer coffee. (tr)
Slimjim on 06/13/2006:
LOL, pirate I think they mean if it gets warm, not heating it to be consumed as a hot drink! Mama Mia!
Anonymous on 06/13/2006:
I used to drink about 30 cans of diet coke a day (sad by true). I developed horrible neck pain and head aches. In a casual conversation with a family member she mentioned similar symptoms and attributed to Diet Coke which went away when she kicked the dc habit. My neck pain and head aches ceased about three months after I drank my last diet coke. I have no way of knowing for sure if was the diet coke but I guarantee you I’m going to try to find out.
Anonymous on 06/13/2006:
*spewing Coke onto my monitor* P-dub, you were around when "hot Dr. Pepper" was popular about 35 years back. For whatever reason that craze didn't last long for health concerns.
Anonymous on 06/13/2006:
Nope, don't recall that. But as a child, I recall saving the labels/packages/wrappers of "funny-face" drink mix. You could send in a number of them to claim free "mugs."
Anonymous on 06/13/2006:
Anonymous on 06/13/2006:
Just another excuse, even back then, to give your kid artificially flavored sugar-water! No wonder we all got fillings and were unmanageable brats! (tr)
Slimjim on 06/13/2006:
My teeth were/are solid and I was well behaved. Maybe your experiences are isolate pirate. Coffee, tea, or coca-cappuccino?
DebtorBasher on 06/13/2006:
I never drink Diet Coke, but I am addicted to Regular Coke. I drink it frozen, slushy, room temp and I have it on my bed stand throughout the night and on really hot nights, when I drink it, it is so warm that you can't even feel it in your mouth...but It is Coke ... a warm coke over any other cold drink anytime! I remembered the day they changed their formula ... no one dared to say boo to me or even look in my direction! Then they came back with the "Original" Coke and finally did away with the Pepsi clone all together.
Anonymous on 06/13/2006:
Perhaps you were cowed into "good" behavior and never learned to "think out of the box," that would explain your menial jobs and lackluster existence. (tr)
beanbagbritches on 06/13/2006:
Why would you drink Diet Coke that's heated above 84 degrees? Hot soda? Is that tasty for you?
Anonymous on 06/13/2006:

Stew: You probably had neck pains and head aches simply from tipping your head back when you drank out of the cans. Drink Dr Pepper out of a glass and all will be fine.
DORCAS on 06/13/2006:
I'm sure just about everything we eat,drink,wear or drive is going to do something bad for us. I'm happy to have my fountain diet pepsi with ice filled to the top and an occasional pizza. I also eat fruit veggies and take meds for chronic pain. I also exercise,bath and brush my teeth. I enjoy the way my life is and use common sense to stay healthy. I'm not going to live in a bubble and drink water and eat only fruit and veggies. The experts are always finding something that'll kill you. If it makes you sick don't eat/drink it. Otherwise, moderation seems to be the smartes way to live. Just my opinion.
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SMITHSBURG, MARYLAND -- I had a problem of a Coke product with a strange smell and taste I bought in a machine at work. I called the 800# on the bottle and although the phone reps were not the best once I got the local reps call back all things went well. They came and talked to me to be sure I was fine and took the soda for testing and gave several coupons for coke products. I think they handled the situation very professionally and was very satisfied with the representative whom I spoke with at my home. He even told me at the time if, since I drank some of the soda, I was to have a problem to be sure to let him know....
Great job Coca-Cola! I have liked your product since I lived in Atlanta and will continue to do so!
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