By the end of the year, there will be a “super beverage” line of Coke-flavored beverages, including its new “cowboy” coffee, which is made with cow manure and has a 50 percent chance of containing cow DNA.
The beverage is meant to be a healthier alternative to Coke’s traditional cola and cola-flavoured beverages.
But, for now, it is just one of many products coming to market under the new Coca-Cola brand, which has been announced in November and which will launch in the US and Latin America in 2021.
The company, which recently signed a licensing deal with China’s state-owned giant, is aiming to market the beverage globally, but will not offer it in the United States.
But its announcement also gives a taste of how the new brand will work.
The cowboy coffee is made in the company’s largest factory in Mexico, which produces around 40 million tons of beans annually.
When it is finished, it goes to a plant in China that makes more than 40 million metric tons of milk.
The milk is then shipped to a bottling plant in the U.S., where it is processed into 100,000 cases of the drink.
The drink’s ingredients are mostly corn, sugar, barley and soybeans, and the drink is also made from milk.
Coca-cola has not said what it will call the drink, which it says is not affiliated with the animal rights group.
“We are very excited about the possibility of a new beverage that we believe will be more accessible and tastier,” said Coca-co, which did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Coca Cola, which began selling the drink in the first quarter of this year, says it will use a “flexible” model that will allow the drink to be sold in countries where there are limited or no legal dairy products.
The brand is also expanding its reach into more than 200 countries, with more to come.