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    Posted 2 years ago

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    Anyone ever seen one of these?
    It's a coca-cola made coffee in a soup style can..
    I can't find any info on it anywhere.. (must be extra rare) I could use any info on it if anyone knows of any, thanks

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    1. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 2 years ago
      Coke started a coffee push in 2006. Not as rare as you may think. Do some research.
    2. Kenbash, 2 years ago
      I'm aware of the 2006 coffee push but this can is clearly not from the 2000's, Do some research.
      But I do thank you for your opinion. Have a nice day
    3. gooberpea, 2 years ago
      I did a little searching and found that the Coca Cola Foods Division was started in the 1967. It was an umbrella group for Minute Maid and Duncan Brands. I couldn't find anything about that very curious item you've gotten hold of.
    4. gooberpea, 2 years ago
      Got some more. Duncan Foods (not Duncan Brands, sorry, my error) was acquired by Coca Cola in 1964. It was a family owned coffee company (no connection to Dunkin Donuts). Charles Duncan, the president of the coffee company was appointed as a director of Coca Cola when they bought out Duncan Foods. He eventually became president of Coca Cola. He left that position in 1974.

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