Coca cola identified as in the stage of growth because of its large group of loyal customers. The product typically needs heavy advertisement and promotion to grab attention of the customers in order to be at the growth stage. Coca-cola, or coke, is a carbonated soft drink manufactured by the coca-cola company. Coca-cola would then hire a local marketing agency to conduct detailed customer surveys to determine what percentage of the population consumes coca-colas soda on a regular basis. Suppose these surveys revealed that 40 percent of the population uses coca-colas product, implying that 60 percent x 41 million 24. 6 million people in argentina do not drink coca-cola on a regular basis. Management has to pay special attention to products during this stage of the. coca-cola is dealing with headwinds in two primary areas a shift in consumer tastes toward healthier beverages and product saturation in mature markets. Expanding its self-described consumer-centric portfolio -- by quickly scaling wins from market to market and embracing an experimental, test-and-learn approach -- is how the company plans to grow. Coca cola 1930s the world of nature series iii - 6 cards - trees and other plant. 1930 coca-cola the world of nature series i earth and air sky a volcano 10 gc7. Coca is known throughout the world for its psychoactive alkaloid, cocaine. The alkaloid content of coca leaves is relatively low, between 0. Coca-cola used coca leaf extract in its products from 1885 until about 1903. for example, companies such as coca-cola and clorox advertise their mature products to reinforce the brand with the public. However, competition from other companies or store brands may result in a decreased market share and lower profits. In coca-colas case, they did not settle on a single answer to the question of whether to continue working on a mature product or focusing instead on new products. Of course, your organization probably doesnt have the team size or the budget available to the product managers at the coca-cola company. coca-cola cola soft drink introduced - 1886 in atlanta, georgia, by dr. Pemberton the drinks that contain caffeine from the kola nut and non- cocaine derivatives from coca leaves, flavored with vanilla and other ingredients bottle size 350ml, 500ml, 750ml, 1500ml and 2000ml produces and sells over 10-million unit cases of carbonated soft drinks per annum.