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The secret ingredient in Israeli Coca-Cola

by Brad A. Greenberg

April 22, 2008 | 5:26 pm

I’ve never been one to enjoy soda, definitely not latke or Christmas ham flavors, not even that dark brown syrup known as cola. But when I was in Israel last summer, I fell in love with Coca-Cola. I assumed there was some romance to drinking from the classic glass bottle in the Holy Land. I was wrong.

Turns out the good stuff in Israel is made from real sugar and not that awful corn syrup substitute. The Hebrew version is kosher for Passover, and according to this post via LAObserved, it’s harder to find than the missing matzo.

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