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Where is the Coca Cola?

Has anyone seen the kosher for Passover Coca Cola for this year? I haven't seen it on Long Island as of this past Sunday.

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  1. We got it in New Jersey at $1.69, both Diet & Regular

    1. Hey guys, I've never seen this stuff. Is the label basically the same as regular Coke?

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      1. re: newbatgirl

        It is basically the same but there will be some indication that it is kosher for passover - typically on top of the cap - here in chicago it is the CRC logo with a small p -

        1. re: newbatgirl

          In the new york area, all Coke Passover products have had a yellow cap, for the past few years (The cap also says OUP).

        2. It's historically had a yellow cap, at least in Boston, NY and Miami.

          1. I bought Sprite, which is from the Coca Cola Co., with the yellow cap at Shop Rite, last week 5/$5. I am assuming they had the Coke, too. I've seen the KP Pepsi at Waldbaum's.

            1. Just came from Gourmet Glatt here in the 5 Towns, lots of Kosher for Passover Coke, Pepsi, Sprite etc all for $.99 for a 2 litter bottle.

              1. Kroger here in the south has it with the yellow cap with the KP on it

                1. I saw it at Pathmark. Just keep checking, it will show up

                  1. I'm in Philadelphia and I just saw it at my local Giant. They have a seasonal aisle for kosher products and kosher Coke is the end-cap this week. It has not been there until this week, though.

                    For those in Philly, it's not at the Acme but I imagine it will be at the Superfresh given that they generally carry a larger selection of kosher products all year long.

                    1. Is there a fairway around? they're selling it as is pathmark

                      1. If anyone still wants kosher for Passover Coca Cola (if you like that particular taste) I saw that they had plenty at Amalya Grocery on Main Street in Flushing, NY.

                        1. In Manhattan, it comes with a yellow cap. This past Pesach, it seemed to be not as widely available in Midtown or the UES as in the past.