The so-called "fountain of the future," allows consumers to use a touch-screen to choose flavors, which consumers can mix together or keep separate.
Selecting lemonade, for example, provides a new screen with several lemonade varieties. Consumers can then fill a cup as far as they prefer, then scroll through the choices to add a topping of another beverage.
Coca-Cola said it would test the new machines in Southern California and in downtown Atlanta, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Wednesday.
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