Coca-Cola released earnings today, and while the company met analysts' estimates, gross margins contracted to their lowest point in a decade due to increased commodity costs, causing a bit of a sell-off today. In this video, Motley Fool consumer goods analyst Blake Bos tells investors which markets will be bellwethers for Coca-Cola's return to its past profitability and whether now is a good time for investors to get involved with the company.
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