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06-18-2003, 07:07 PM
While buying lottery tickets at a convienence store near Fort Lauderdale I checked one of the beverage coolers and was excited to see a different 8oz Coke commemorative bottle- Marlins 1994. Then I checked the neck for the sell by date. It was 12/94. Also in the cooler were other bottles that were at least 10 years old, and I think one was at least 15. If these were being held to sell to collectors they should have been displayed out of the cooler and priced/signed as collectibles, but these were in with all other Coke products and not seperate.
06-19-2003, 09:20 AM
One of our SURGE fans bought 20oz. bottles of SURGE that had an expiration date of 2000 from a convenience store in Houston.
06-19-2003, 06:34 PM
I saw some ancient Squirt cans down in WV at a Food Lion. One 6 pack had the last logo, the one in kind of script writing, surrounded by grapefruit pictures, and another 6 pack had the logo before that, the one that was on Squirt when Coke controlled it here. Coke in my area hasn't controlled Squirt since at least 1996.
06-19-2003, 07:51 PM
A local c-store recently had a can of Kick on their shelf. I asked my store's Dr Pepper guy about it, and he told me that (by it's code) it expired in 1996.
06-20-2003, 09:21 AM
If anybody wants some Nestea concentrate from 2001, check this out - Sunset Wholesale (http://www.sunsetwholesale.com/sunset/product.asp?sku=7094&mscssid=D41NW3FFNFEW9L6VUJVQVFGENK5L61HC) - I just found this place yesterday, they have tons of crap that is out of date.