you can't buy Coca Cola

No matter where we go, never there is a second thought for coca-cola. It’s comforting to know you can always enjoy Coca-Cola everywhere. But after reading this you will not say everywhere but yes almost everywhere. While this fizzy drink is sold practically everywhere, it still hasn’t officially made its way to North Korea or Cuba. You can’t buy Coca-Cola in North Korea and Cuba. And the reason is that these countries are under long-term U.S. trader restrictions. US trade sanctions on the military junta which ruled the country from 1962 to 2011.

Although as per some local people one can grab some it would hard enough and will be more expensive as compared to neighboring countries.

There were more than 60 military bottling plants for Coca-Cola worldwide during the war, and locals got a taste for the drink too.

It became powerfully associated with American patriotism and was seen as so crucial to the war effort that it was exempted from sugar rationing.

Dwight Eisenhower, at that time the supreme commander of Allied forces in Europe. He was said to be a particular fan and he ensured its availability in North Africa also.

He also introduced the drink to top Soviet general, Georgy Zhukov, who asked if a special, colorless version – one that looked like vodka – could be made, and Coca-Cola duly obliged for a while, says Standage.

These days Coca-Cola is in the top position all over the world.

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