Coca-Cola is going back to “trapping” as they aim to create marijuana-infused drink

Coca-Cola Co. claims it is considering entering the cannabis drink market. In other words, less than 100 years after the company was prohibited from selling cocaine-infused beverages in 1929, they are back to their old “trapping” ways. They are ready to start back pushing dope.

Since their announcement stocks in Aurora Cannabis Inc’s pot stocks have increased.

The beverage giant is interested in possibly infusing drinks with CBD, which is a non-psychoactive ingredient found in marijuana. It treats pain but doesn’t get people high.

According to Bloomberg TV, Coca-Cola is in cohorts with Aurora Cannabis to create the beverages.

Since business has been slowing, beverage companies are working to add cannabis ingredients with hopes of catering to a niche market.

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5 Comments
  1. Anthony Sublett 2 months ago
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    Ail these new drug dealers popping up and the jails are full of people who did the same thing on a smaller level. What’s up with that, let them out of jail!!!🤔

  2. Steven 2 months ago
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    If it’s non psychoactive the pot heads won’t be interested. If you’re trying to treat pain you don’t want the caffeine and sugar. Sounds stupid, like the last time they did a new recipe and had “new coke” “old coke” wars.

  3. Patrick Hinnant 2 months ago
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    Great concept it just doesn’t sound very appetizing.

    • Patrick Hinnant 2 months ago
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      Especially when you consider the history of Coca-Cola.

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