How do you tell how old a Coke bottle is?
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What did the original Coke bottle look like?
The first Coke bottles were described as “straight-sided Hutchinson bottles with a metal stopper.” They were simple glass bottles with a rounded top.
When did Coca-Cola stop using bottles?
Coca-Cola made the switch to PET plastic bottles almost half a century later, in 1993, in order to minimize its environmental impact.
When did Coke change from glass to plastic bottles?
1961 also marked the 75th anniversary for Coca-Cola. Variations of this bottle, and the embossed bottle, were used up all the way until the introduction of the plastic bottle in 1994. The classic glass bottle is still available in some areas around the world.
Why did they stop using glass bottles for soda?
Before World War II, that used to be the industry standard. However, all glass bottles were identical and therefore, easily reusable. That would make the process easier to re-implement today. Beverage companies tend to avoid reusable glass bottles because the difference in design requires extra efforts in sorting.
Why did we stop using glass bottles for milk?
By using glass bottles, milk manufacturers open their product up to light oxidation. This reaction between light and nutrients in the milk is much more likely to occur in glass packaging than in traditional plastic or cardboard cartons and causes essential amino acids like tryptophan and tyrosine to break down.