Mon, 29 Oct 2012 6:13p.m.
Critics say Coca-Cola's ‘share a coke’ campaign with personalised bottles is targeting children using social media.
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5/05/2013 9:38:01 a.m.
What shops can you get these in in the uk??
31/10/2012 10:30:51 a.m.
What utter nonsense! There is no evidence that this targets children, and if it did, what would that matter? The food Nazis are just trying to generate mass hysteria!
30/10/2012 8:25:48 a.m.
Simple,just ban kids. Mc ds, sports drinks, candy, soft drinks, cigerettes etc are apparantly targeting kids. I think kids are the problem they are stupid enough to be sucked into advertising. But who wouldn't be happy to get a drink with your name on it. We do this all the time, pens, mugs luggage, having a celebrity say happy birthday or hearing our name on the radio or seeing it in print etc, its the way we are wired and those adults are cool with seeing their names. If parents can't teach their off spring about how coke is marketing to get them to buy then what hope is there. By the way one coke = 2 hours of running around, thats not a problem if the kids of today actually moved instead of being taken to school then coming home and playing video games. The teeth issue, I thought the kids of today are smarter yet they don't know how to brush their teeth or know how cavities occur. So much for the smarter generation.
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