Coca-Cola has been cocaine-free since 1903—that is until this week in Signes, southern France, where a massive shipment of the drug was discovered. Prosecutors say there’s no sign that the 815-pound haul of the drug,the biggest seizures made in French history, had anything to do with plant employees, the BBC reports. A Coca-Cola spokesman says workers at the plant, which produces a variety of drinks, notified police as soon as they discovered the sacks of cocaine inside a shipping container of orange juice from Costa Rica, reports the AP.