December 8, 2011
This undated image provided by Coca-Cola Co. shows the company's limited-edition white can, left, and red can, right. The company is bringing back its red cans after the limited-edition white can drew complains from some Coke drinkers. The world’s largest beverage maker announced in October that it was turning its iconic red cans white as part of a campaign to protect polar bears and their habitats. The white cans featured a family of polar bears and the company name in red. It was the first time Coca-Cola had changed the color of its cans on Coke away from red. (AP Photo/Coca Cola Co., Rodger Macuch)
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