US: Coke wins university reprieve

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 12 April 2006

Coca-Cola Co. has pointed to its "ongoing, constructive engagement" with the University of Michigan for the institution's decision to allow Coke products to be sold on its campuses after a three-month ban.

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Coca-Cola Co. has pointed to its "ongoing, constructive engagement" with the University of Michigan for the institution's decision to allow Coke products to be sold on its campuses after a three-month ban.

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