Coca-Cola will not ditch single-use plastic bottles because consumers still want them, the firm's Head of Sustainability told the BBC.
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Coca-Cola has introduced an alcohol brand in the east, while CBD and non-alcoholic alcohol rise in the west. Nathalie John and Edward Carstairs of Gill Jennings and Every explain how companies must protect themselves as the food and drink sector sees an influx of change and innovation.
Plastic campaign organisation, City to Sea, has said that confusion about 'single-use' plastic has the potential to increase the volume of plastic bottles ending up in the environment, making worse the environmental damage that plastic pollution causes.
As legalisation for recreational marijuana gathers pace across the globe, there’s a once-in-a-generation opportunity for food and beverage companies to establish themselves as dominant players in one of the potentially fastest-growing sectors: edibles and beverages. Paul Bremner asks if there is more that they could be doing, however, to be…
A recent report has shown that advertisements for unhealthy foods are targeted more at black and Hispanic youth, in comparison to white youth.
The European soft drinks industry, represented by UNESDA, has announced that it will voluntarily cease sales of drinks containing added sugars in secondary schools across the EU.
21 December 2016 | By New Food
Coca-Cola and Anheuser-Busch InBev have reached an agreement regarding the transition of AB InBev's 54.5% equity stake in Coca-Cola Beverages Africa for 3.15 billion USD...
9 December 2016 | By New Food
The Board of Directors of The Coca-Cola Company today announced that Howard G. Buffett, will not stand for re-election to the Board...
23 November 2016 | By New Food
The Coca-Cola Company commemorated the completion of a definitive agreement to refranchise all existing Company-owned bottling operations in China on Saturday...
23 August 2016 | By Hope Lee, Senior Industry Analyst, Euromonitor International
Hope Lee, Senior Industry Analyst, Euromonitor International discusses the importance of labelling not only for transparency and traceability but also for value and religious importance.
8 August 2016 | By Roy Manuell
Following an inspection last month, Coca-Cola Vietnam are to face a hefty US$19,300 fine from the Vietnamese health ministry for contravening food safety expectations.
5 August 2016 | By Roy Manuell
Olympic sponsors, notably McDonald’s and Coca Cola have, once again, been subject to extensive criticism for using the Olympics as a marketing tool for unhealthy food, landing the UK’s Food and Drink Federation (FDF) in trouble for comments made on the issue.
10 May 2016 | By Victoria White, Digital Content Producer
Following a consultation Coca-Cola Canners decided to go for a system manufactured by its long-standing partner KHS for its juice and sports drink segments...