Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) doesn’t even make most of the cans of Coca-Cola you see; it’s making something else entirely. Most of the beverage giant’s revenue comes from selling syrup and concentrates to bottlers, who are on the front lines selling Coca-Cola’s products.
In this video, Travis Hoium explains how the business works and why Coca-Cola has outsourced bottling in the U.S. and around the world.
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Coca-Cola Doesn’t Make Money Selling Cans of Soda. Here’s What It Sells Instead. was originally published by The Motley Fool