A little while ago I noticed that when I ordered a bottle of cola to accompany a pizza delivery, the bottle of coke was usually Polish, that is made in Poland with the label in Polish so clearly intended for sale in Poland. More recently my local pizza delivery have exceeded themselves by delivering bottles of coke made in Georgia, labelled in a Georgian Cyrillic script, but with a small sticker about the ingredients in English stuck on as an afterthought.
The obvious explanation must be that coke bottled in Poland or Georgia is much cheaper than the stuff bottled nearer to home, and even after being trucked across a whole continent still saves some money for the shops and distributors - although let's not get into the environmental considerations???
Anyway all the way from the former soviet republic of Georgia...can anyone beat that!?