I assume you mean cl as in "centi litre". As its name states a centi litre is 1/100 of a litre, hence 1 litre contains 100 cl. It is not usual to divide a litre in centi litres, the most usual custom is to divide a litre into mili litres (ml) A 12 ounces sodas can is transformed into a 355 ml. can, and a 1 quart oil bottle becomes one that contains 946 ml.
Soda brands are different mainly because they might be made differently, taste different, have controlled amounts of sugars, or might be selling the same thing.
Yes, famous domestic brands are "Mitsuya Cider" and "Kirin Lemon".
Sodas are a shelf stable product and do not need to be refrigerated. Having a refrigerated vending machine for sodas is for the convenience of the consumer, not for food safety.
It depends on how you taste the sodas from each other. If you can tell them apart then great if you cant dont feel bad.
Different sodas have different ingredients and dyes in them. If you read the label on sodas like Fanta, it says all of the food coloring they use in it.
The Generic Brands or the Store brand (Example@: FoodLion Soda)
no sodas do not have the same pH level most of them r 2s or 3s on the Ph level
Everyone- they have many different brands targeting many different groups. Juice- kids Sodas- teens up to seniors Coke original- seniors Coke Zero/ Diet Coke- teenagers to young adults
Because there is different acid content in each soda.
There are around 1,508 different sodas just in the US. The list would be flying off this page so I didn't include it. Sorry:)