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ColaCao Cola Cao (Hot Chocolate Drink) 760 grams

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Cola Cao is a sugary chocolate drink with vitamins and minerals that originated in Spain and is now produced and marketed in several countries. [1] [2] The brand is owned by the Barcelona-based company Idilia Foods (formerly Nutrexpa). [3] [4] History [ edit ] Advertising has played a decisive role in the creation of this emotional bond between Cola Cao and its consumers. The company invests large sums of money in this medium every year with the objective of securing their positioning. In this way, Cola Cao’s ads are characterized by its vitality, energy, association with sport and direct communication with children public. Furthermore, they usually incorporate easy slogans, catchy songs and jingles. The most significant example is the popular Cola Cao song, which it would be unthinkable nowadays due to clear racist content.

Strange. My common sense suggests that if your kid isn’t interested in chocolate milk and pastries, he probably isn’t hungry. Call me crazy… Kiddle encyclopedia articles are based on selected content and facts from Wikipedia, edited or rewritten for children.


a b c d e f Howse, C. (2013). The Train in Spain. Bloomsbury Publishing. pp.20–21. ISBN 978-1-4411-2839-3 . Retrieved November 23, 2017. My neighbour invited me to a lecture about childhood nutrition. I was assuming a discussion about vitamins, healthy recipes, meal planning etc. Youth nutrition in Spain means “how to train your kids to eat when they don’t want to”. The system suggested was to make them sit in front of the plate for ten minute intervals and then send them to their room for ten minute intervals until they “ Drink the chocolate milk, damn it.”

ColaCao, el imperio del cacao que crearon dos cuñados en un pequeño local de Barcelona". El Español (in Spanish). 2019-11-24 . Retrieved 2022-05-13. a b c Grant, T. (2008). International Directory of Company Histories. International Directory of Company Histories. St. James Press. p.285. ISBN 978-1-55862-613-3 . Retrieved November 23, 2017.

Cola Cao Original, 390g

Las parodias de Nesquik y Cola Cao, suspendidas tras pelearse por los grumos". Verne (in Spanish). 2016-04-06 . Retrieved 2022-12-27. Cola Cao comes in a powder form which is intended to be mixed with milk, but can also be mixed with water or soya milk. It can also be added to breakfast cereal or used as a baking ingredient. In Spain in particular, Cola Cao is a popular accompaniment to breakfast, or dinner. Advertising

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