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Coca-Cola Can Splits In Half For Easy Sharing [Video]

Coca-Cola Can Splits In Half For Easy Sharing [Video]
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The soft drink company comes up with another new way to make drinking a soda a social activity.

Ross Brooks
  • 30 may 2013

The soft drink company has always put a strong emphasis on the idea of sharing – in addition to their recent “Share A Coke” campaign, Coca-Cola has also introduced a can that can be shared between two people – by pulling it apart.

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Teaming up with Ogilvy in Singapore and France, the two companies designed a can that is just like a regular coke can, the key difference being that it twists apart, forming two mini-cans that can be easily shared. The cans weren’t actually on sale at any point, instead they were available via a “happiness truck” in Singapore that handed them out to passersby on the street.

Here’s a rundown of the different ways Coke has made it possible to share, including the splittable can:

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