Coca-cola is spending nearly $8 billion this year on ads and branding aimed at promoting its products, including the Coke Zero, Coke Zero Classic, and Coke Zero Red.
The company also has a new ad campaign called “No Coke,” which was released on Thursday.
In it, an African-American woman walks into a white house with a bottle of Coca-Cola.
She is then greeted by a smiling young white man and his dog, who then lead her through the house and down the stairs.
The image is of a smiling woman who holds the bottle.
Coca-COLA says that the image will help to promote the Zero brand, which is already gaining traction on social media.
The new ad also stars former President Barack Obama, who has spoken out against soda advertising in the past, and former Vice President Joe Biden.
The Coca-Pepsi ad, titled “No Sugar,” is aimed at young people, with a narrator saying: “If you want to get healthy and feel good, stop drinking soda.
It’s got sugar in it.
It will make you sick.”
Coca-Co, which makes Pepsi, Dr Pepper, and other drinks, spent $4.9 billion in advertising last year.
The American Beverage Association says that in 2016, Americans drank about 13 gallons of soda a day.
Coca Cola, which made about $9 billion on the company last year, has a market value of $55 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.