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Kopiko candy reaches the space

29-November-2017
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Kopiko candy reaches the space

Kopiko, India’s most loved coffee candy has been delighting the nation with its authentic pocket coffee, made from real coffee extracts since its launch in 2008.

Besides offering a coffeelicious candy in India, Kopiko is also distributed in over 79 other countries including The United States where it has become a favourite too due to its distinct flavour. This was recently evident in a Thanksgiving picture uploaded by the International Space Station on their Twitter account where Kopiko candy made a special appearance. Two pictures in celebration of Thanksgiving were uploaded by the astronauts on the ISS official Twitter handle who were on duty on 24th November. The tweet read, “The crew enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner as they orbited the Earth at an altitude of 250 miles. Their turkey day dinner came after a full day of research and maintenance work, allowing them an off-duty Friday, Nov.24 to enjoy the view of the planet from their orbital laboratory."




Commenting on this instance, BaraniDharan- Marketing Head said, “This pleasantly surprising occurrence reinstates that Kopiko is indeed the most popular pocket coffee candy brand world over. It is a proud moment for us as Kopiko offers delightful coffee experience in a candy format. This is a fine real life example of how this candy serves the purpose of enjoying the taste coffee, even in zero gravity where consuming liquid coffee would be extremely difficult. ”

The pictures uploaded showed the meal that was served to the astronauts on the special occasion and a bag full of Kopiko candies was hard to miss. The post received 11,000 Likes, 3,000 shares and 523 comments.

Kopiko, India’s most loved coffee candy has been delighting the nation with its authentic pocket coffee, made from real coffee extracts since its launch in 2008.

c. This was recently evident in a Thanksgiving picture uploaded by the International Space Station on their Twitter account where Kopiko candy made a special appearance. Two pictures in celebration of Thanksgiving were uploaded by the astronauts on the ISS official Twitter handle who were on duty on 24th November. The tweet read, “The crew enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner as they orbited the Earth at an altitude of 250 miles. Their turkey day dinner came after a full day of research and maintenance work, allowing them an off-duty Friday, Nov.24 to enjoy the view of the planet from their orbital laboratory."

Commenting on this instance, BaraniDharan- Marketing Head said “This pleasantly surprising occurrence reinstates that Kopiko is indeed the most popular pocket coffee candy brand world over. It is a proud moment for us as Kopiko offers delightful coffee experience in a candy format. This is a fine real life example of how this candy serves the purpose of enjoying the taste coffee, even in zero gravity where consuming liquid coffee would be extremely difficult. ”

The pictures uploaded showed the meal that was served to the astronauts on the special occasion and a bag full of Kopiko candies was hard to miss. The post received 11,000 Likes, 3,000 shares and 523 comments.

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