When viewing the page to add a new can, you can fill in the country made for and the country made in.
On most cans, it says where it was bottled, along with a copyright notice etc.
But sometimes, when you check the barcode, it corresponds to a completely different country. What does that mean? Can I also figure out where the can is sold, if not in the same country as where it"s made/bottled?
I couldn't find any answers by browsing/searching the internet, I hope someone can answer it here
Some cans are made in one country and only for sale in the other.
I will give some examples:
- Most Coca-cola cans for Switzerland are made in Austria. - There was a time that Coca-cola cans for Holland were made in France. Some collectors consider this a French can while other collectors say this is a Dutch can, because the text is all in Dutch.
No need to look at the barcode to determen the country of origin.
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