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Why Soda Tastes Different In A Can Or Bottle

 

UNITED STATES – FEBRUARY 14: Cans and bottles of Coca-Cola are displayed in a grocery store in New York, Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2007. Coca-Cola Co., the world’s largest soft-drink maker, may say profit rose on the second-biggest sales gain in three years as Europeans bought more no-calorie Coca-Cola Zero soda and the company sold more coffee in Japan. (Photo by Adam Rountree/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

People often have strong opinions about how they drink their soda. Some people prefer it in a can, others prefer a glass or plastic bottle. While soda companies claim that the recipe doesn’t change, there are a few factors that might affect the way you taste a soda depending on the container.

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