Is the U.S. thirsty for Mexican Coca-Cola?

10/6/2013 | Las Vegas Review-Journal

Coca-Cola from Mexico, sold in glass bottles and made with cane sugar, is popular in around Las Vegas, where consumers are willing to spend as much as $3 per bottle. "Part of the appeal is that it is packaged in the iconic Coca-Cola contour bottle that the product came in more than 127 years ago here in the United States," said Kerry Tressler, a Coca-Cola spokeswoman. "It reminds people of their heritage and of the experience they might have experienced when they first tried the beverage."

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