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It uses the same color for the bottle and the same font too, and it’s clear of what it’s trying to replicate, so why don’t Coca-Cola do something about it.
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Same reason they don’t bother to sue thousands of rip-off brands.
Probably doesn’t even have time to search for small brands that won’t even effect Coca-cola anyway.
Really doubt they are affecting thier sales ma ta coca cola xaina banay ni khadina club cola kasto naramro taste xa substitute ni bhanu mildaina coke ko club cola ta
Sue garna Pani is super expensive Ani club cola ain’t a threat for coke
Surrogate marketing or sth. J vaye ni antim ma coke nai famous vairaxa.
The sue is ongoing, it’s the legal people that’s fricking them up on every turn.
Meanwhile, bottlers Nepal being sued for tax evasion. It’s all a full circle.
I doubt they will sue me.
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