ASK COCA-COLA - NEW INTERACTIVE PLATFORM BY COCA-COLA HELLENIC ARMENIA

"Our local and global websites provide comprehensive information on our activities in Armenia and worldwide," Christoph Speck said.

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Armenia:
Speck: Speck is an English word meaning "fat" or "blubber", attested since the early 17th century. This word also exists in German with the same meaning, but it normally refers to pork fat with or without some meat in it. Normal English use refers to German culinary uses, particularly of smoked or pickled