Instead of Coca-Cola in Russia, Bela-Cola will be sold, from which “calves are invigorated”

The Belarusian drink Bela-Cola, which will replace Coca-Cola in Russia, has been tested on calves from the Shklovsky farm (Belarus). It began to be given to animals instead of the usual "cola" to combat dyspepsia. An article about how the calves reacted to the Belarusian cola was published by the Russian news agency Sputnik. The agency is part of the Rossiya Segodnya International Information Agency, which is headed by Dmitry Kiselev and Margarita Simonyan.

Reports about how calves are given 100 grams of imported cola were published by local media at the end of April, however, when Russian propagandists arrived, the drink was replaced with a Belarusian counterpart. Collective farm director Vitaly Zakordonsky told Russian state media that Belarusian soda "is more effective in treating calves than foreign Coca-Cola." According to him, both drinks are identical in composition, but the Belarusian cola contains caffeine, which makes the calves “invigorate”.

Prior to this, the low efficiency of foreign "cola" on the farm was not talked about. On the contrary, a local veterinarian claimed that sick animals “come to life before our eyes” after foreign soda.

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