Innovative Fridge Pack' offered for Coke products

By Staff
FRIDGE PACK Starting this week, local consumers will find their favorite Coca-Cola soft drinks in the new space-saving, easy-to-store can dispenser called the "Coca-Cola Fridge Pack." Meridian is among the first markets in the country to receive the new packaging. Submitted photo.
special to The Star
March 31. 2002
An innovative package from Coca-Cola North America and the Meridian Coca-Cola Bottling Company called the Coca-Cola Fridge Pack, an easy-to-store can dispenser, will make storing soft drinks in the refrigerator more consumer-friendly.
Beginning this week, local consumers will be among the first in the country to find their favorite Coca-Cola soft drinks in the modified, slimmer 12-pack. The Coca-Cola Fridge Pack fits on any refrigerator shelf, requiring less room in the refrigerator, and, with its perforated, snap-off opening on one end, makes access to cold Coca-Cola products more convenient.
Following a successful test of the new packaging last year in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia, the Meridian Coca-Cola Bottling Company offers the new Fridge Pack across all Coca-Cola brands.

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