Weather Puts A Damper On Coca-Cola Sales
DAVID GREENE, HOST:
NPR's business news starts with Coca-Cola losing a bit of fizz.
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GREENE: Coca-Cola sales have slowed in part because of the weather. The company says global soda sales rose by only 1 percent in the second quarter, less than expected. Coke's CEO cited rain and cold temperatures in U.S., which seemed to have put a damper on consumers' desire for a refreshing soft drink.
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