Coca-Cola will sell its Cherry Coke nationwide.

The company said it made the decision after four months of test marketing the soft drink. "Record high numbers in test markets told us now is the time to make Cherry Coke available to our bottlers in the U.S.," said Bryon Dyson, president of Coca-Cola USA. Dyson said that, because of the "large number of bottler requests," the soft-drink giant expects to have bottled and canned Cherry Coke in 75% of the country by the end of August and throughout the country by the end of the year.

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