Coco Cola Bottles
Coca-Cola bottles are often recognizable by their unique shape. The contour bottle was inspired by a cocoa pod and was first introduced in 1915. Today, Coca-Cola bottles come in many different sizes and shapes, but the contour bottle remains an iconic symbol of the brand.
Coca-Cola is one of the most popular beverages in the world, and its distinctive red and white bottles are a familiar sight in many countries. The Coca-Cola Company has been producing these bottles since 1886, and they are now an iconic part of the brand. The original Coca-Cola bottles were made of glass, and were designed to be returned to the store for reuse.
This system worked well for many years, but eventually became impractical as the company began to expand internationally. In some markets, it was difficult to find enough returnable bottles, so the company started using single-use bottles instead. Today, Coca-Cola still uses both types of bottles.
In markets where returnable bottles are common, such as Europe and Japan, customers can purchase their favorite drink in a reusable bottle. In other markets where single-use packaging is more prevalent, Coca-Cola offers its products in disposable PET plastic bottles. Whether you’re drinking Coca-Cola from a glass bottle or a plastic bottle, you’re enjoying a piece of history!